Animal warfare just got real in Canada Toronto's "war on raccoon nation" has escalated quickly, outstripping its humble, trash-based beginnings and transforming into an all-out infiltration of the city's tallest assets See also: A mighty...Show More Summary
In the City of Toronto, the Mayor has declared war on the ubiquitous garbage eating mammal. Whose side are you on?
A recent video by MinuteEarth explains why some species thrive so well in cities while other don’t. The video also explains how animals like raccoons adapt so well that they actually live in denser populations in cities than in the wild.
But is a new city contract raising a new breed of super-raccoons? A new type of green bin from the City of Toronto aims to finally stymie our number one menace: raccoons. According to a staff report at council, the $31.6-million contract...Show More Summary
According to American economist Tyler Cowen, Scarborough is the best ethnic food suburb in the world. What do you think, Raccoon Nation: is Scarborough the best-kept foodie secret in the city? Discuss amongst yourselves. In the news:...Show More Summary
In Spring, raccoons and other wildlife use attics and crawl spaces as safe havens in which to give birth and raise their young Photo: Alamy This past week, I spent a day on a ride-along with John Griffin, who leads our Humane Wildlife Services (HWS) program. John and his team are on the road every day in the Washington, D.C. Show More Summary
Many stories have been told in the Resident Evil universe since the t-virus, Umbrella Corporation, and Raccoon City debuted in 1996. The Resident Evil lore hole is deep and maddening. The episodic Resident Evil: Revelations 2 starts tomorrow, and no one would blame you being confused! Let's clear things up. Read more...
An Asian supermarket in Temple City, California, has come under fire for selling dead raccoons after a video circulated on social media showed bodies of the animals in the frozen meat section. Christina Dow posted the video she filmed Monday at Metro Supermarket, showing the frozen raccoons in plastic bags along with packages of meat and fish. Show More Summary
Inspectors from the Los Angeles County Health Department reportedly visited the Metro Supermarket in Temple City, CA, on Tuesday after being informed that the store was selling raccoons as food. Store employees indicated they had entire frozen and bagged raccoons selling for $9.99 per pound. Show More Summary
There is a rather bizarre health department case out of Los Angeles where inspectors, responding to a call from a customer, found Metro Supermarket in Temple City selling prepackaged raccoons in the frozen food section. The raccoons were sold for Chinese customers who have a special hankering for the animals. It turns out that raccoons […]
Frozen raccoon? Aisle three.
Frozen raccoon? Aisle three.
An Asian supermarket in Temple City has come under fire for selling dead raccoons after a video circulated on social media showed bodies of the animals in the frozen meat section.
It = raccoon.Inspectors from the LA County Health Department visited the Metro Supermarket in Temple City on Tuesday, after being informed that the market was selling raccoons as food.Employees at the market declined to appear on camera, but did show entire raccoons, frozen, bagged, and selling for $9.99 per pound. Show More Summary
Resident Evil is one of my favorite franchises of all time, but I haven't been as excited for it recently. Although I didn't loathe Resident Evil 6 it didn't really deliver, and Operation Raccoon City was garbage. I'm hopeful for Resident...Show More Summary
Resident Evil's amazing remake is coming back in HD next year. The Evil Within made us remember Resident Evil 4's raw magic. Next year's brand new Resident Evil: Revelations 2 has us reflecting on Code Veronica's gothic madness. But where is the love...
Evidently, raccoons in the city are smarter than rural raccoons because the city teaches them so much, primarily how to get at food. Personally, I fear they will ally with the monkeys and robots to enslave us.
Toronto has a problem with raccoons. For years, the critters have been overturning garbage cans and entering people’s homes to find food, and they are good at it. Design a new garbage can lit, and the raccoons will figure out a way to get in. Show More Summary
Ernst van de Wetering, the Dutch art historian and longtime head of the Netherlands-based Rembrandt Research Project, has re-attributed70 paintings to Rembrandt. [The Wall Street Journal] City raccoons are smarter than rural raccoons. Show More Summary
Remember that time that we all collectively contributed to the complete downfall of Raccoon City and got rewarded with some sweet costumes? You should, it was only a few days ago. Well, we're also getting rewarded with a little bit more footage of the Resident Evil remake. Show More Summary