Crab-eating Raccoon giant foot - Epe zoo
As you can see, a Crab-eating Raccoon is significantly different from a normal raccoon. It has shorter fur to deal with hot climates, it is far more shy, but notably it has large feet and hands that it uses to touch and investigate potential food.
The crab-eating raccoon is a species of raccoon native to marshy and jungle areas of Central and South America . It is found from Costa Rica south through most areas of South America east of the Andes down to northern Argentina and Uruguay. That it is called the crab-eating raccoon does not mean that only this species eats crabs, as the common raccoon also seeks and eats crabs where they are available.
The crab-eating raccoon eats crab, lobster, and other crustaceans, but is an omnivore.. more