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Have you ever heard of, let alone seen a Kinkajous? It is a mean little mid-sized predator that is causing quite a stir in a Texas town.People who have seen it don’t know what to make of it. They are unsure what they saw. It has razor sharp teeth and is often seen on rooftops. .

One of the deputies that tried to capture the critter was bitten When they did finally get it in their control they determined that it was indeed a Kinkajous, a creature much like a raccoon that is indigenous to to South America. Police suspect it was someone’s pet that was set free.

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