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These omnivorous creatures are very adaptable, living in many places. They live either alone, in families, or packs, which sometimes depends where the live.
The Red Fox can be active at all times of day. They have a varied diet, consisting of smaller animals, fruit, birds, etc. They are also scavengers at times.
This is the most common skunk in North America. Like all skunks, the Striped Skunk has the ability to release a horrific odor from near its tail, which is its defense system. They are also nocturnal, and have a diet consisting of plants, insects and other animals.
The American Mink is a semi-aquatic animal that is a very versatile predator. This animal feeds on a variety of animals, ranging from rabbits to eggs. The American Mink is also semi-nocturnal.
Raccoons are extremely adaptable animals, living in cities, garbage cans, wilderness, etc. They will eat almost anything they can get their paws on, from garbage to other wild animals.
Fishers are predators that will eat anything they can catch. They can even eat porcupines! They are active at all times of day.
Muskrats are named for their odor, which is especially strong during mating season. These semi-aquatic rodents lived mainly in brackish and freshwater waterways in North America.
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