Florida town grapples with growing number of raccoons

12/19/2010 | Longboat Key News (Fla.)

Residents in Longboat Key, Fla., have aired concerns over the increasing number of raccoons in the area and the risk of the animals spreading diseases. According to the state's Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, homeowners can trap nonprotected wildlife themselves and live-captured nuisance wild animals can be relocated only to kill them following AVMA's euthanasia guidelines.

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