How is a raccoon classified?
This is the scientific classification of the raccoon:Kingdom: Animalia
Species: P. lotor
Binomial name Procyon lotor
While classified as a carnivore, raccoons have an omnivorus diet. They eat a variety of plants and animals.
Technically a raccoon is classified as a carnivore but, in reality, they are omnivores and eat a variety of plant and animal matter. Their diet is similar to that of a black bear. Most any animal, including a raccoon, will scavenge when th situation presents itself. There is nothing like a free meal that requires little effort.
Brown bear. ================= Another answer You have two possibilities: The Spectacled Bear of the Andean jungles in South America or The Giant Panda (who used to be considered a relative of raccoons, but is now classified with bears) I have not found photos of a brown bear with a raccoon-like mask.
There are two species of raccoon; the common raccoon (which has four subspecies) and the Cozumel raccoon. There are three extant (living) subspecies of common raccoon and one extinct subspecies of common raccoon. While the Barbados raccoon has been extinct since 1964, the three extant species (the Bahaman raccoon, the Guadelupe raccoon and the Tres Marias raccoon) are all considered Endangered by the IUCN.