Why Scavengers Won’t Always Go for a Free Meal

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You might not think that the raccoon digging through your stinky trash cares much about what it can scrounge. I mean, that’s week old pizza. But it turns out scavengers are actually picky about what they put through their digestive systems!

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Scavengers, such as raccoons, can be picky eaters

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