The nature of things, Raccoon nation
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"With their agile little hands, raccoons have become the urban bandits we love and hate. In the past 70 years, their population has exploded in North American cities, and interaction with humans is making them smarter -- maybe even pushing them down a new evolutionary path. Using high-definition, infrared cameras that turn pitch dark into daylight, The Nature of Things achieves something that has never been done before: it intimately follows a family of urban raccoons over the course of six months. Under the watchful eye of their mother, the young grow, develop and learn to navigate the raccoon capital of the world, Toronto."--Container.

Item Details
Raccoon -- Behavior.
Raccoon -- Ontario -- Toronto.
Urban animals -- Ecology.
Documentary television programs.
Other Authors:
CBC Learning (Firm)
Canada Media Fund.
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
Flanagan, Siobhan.
Fleming, Susan K.
Raccoons Inc.
WNET (Television station : New York, N.Y.)
Whitely, Chris.
Publisher, Date:
Toronto, ON : CBC Learning, c2011.
1 videodisc (ca. 44 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Target Audience Note:
TV G: Grades 9-12.
CHVR: Not rated.
Intermediate - Adult.
Other Title:
Raccoon nation [DVD]
Nature of things (Television program)
Produced with the participation of CMF/FMC.
Originally aired on the television program The Nature of Things.
This DVD may not play in all DVD players.
Producer, Michael Adller ; Director of photography, Nick de Pencier ; edited by Carole Larsen ; original music by Chris Whitely with special guest, Rick Fines.
DVD, widescreen presentation; 5.1 surround.
Licensed for public performance.
Subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing.
Venturing from the den
Night in the life.
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Link to PAC
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