The lifespan of N. procyonoides in the wild is not known. In a study of trapped animals, the oldest males were in an age class of 5.5 years, and the oldest females were in an age clasee of 7.5 years. Of 320 raccoon dogs captured, 68.4% of the population was younger adults. In captivity, longevity can be greater than 14 years.
Status: wild: 7.5 (high) years.
Status: captivity: >14 (high) years.
Status: wild: 11.0 years.
Status: captivity: 7.0 years.
Status: captivity: 10.7 years.
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