Watch: Raccoon Tries to Steal Entire Trashcan

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posted on July 26, 2016

Raccoons can be industrious little creatures, that much is certain. But, much like humans, they've apparently got a habit of trying to bite off a bit more than they can chew, sometimes. In a video posted to YouTube, one such coon tries to make off with an entire garbage can. After failing to get the lid open, the little guy (or gal) apparently decided it'd be best to haul the whole darn thing out of there and try to get to the loot a little later. It's a fun little video.

Get a look at the heist with the video we've embedded above, or by clicking here.

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