A glance is a collective term for raccoons. Among their family members, raccoons are social creatures. Before leaving to find a partner, they will spend a year living with the family group.
Nearly all of the United States and southern Canada are home to raccoons. Raccoons often build their homes in hollow logs or trees, but in suburban and urban environments, they may decide to dwell in attics or under houses. Raccoons often spend the colder winter months inside their dens, leaving them only on days when it is warm enough for them to do so.
In addition to fruits and nuts, raccoons also eat insects, fish, frogs, mussels, and mussels. Raccoons will eat cat food, chips, and whatever else they can find in trashcans in suburban and urban settings.