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Dysentery hits raccoons on Cedar Key

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By Ada Lang

Police Chief Virgil Sandlin said in the past week his
department has received several calls regarding raccoons
that were displaying odd symptoms and ultimately had to be
dispatched.
Four raccoons were seen in the daylight acting oddly in
the general area of Hodges and Merrell Avenues.
Because they are nocturnal animals indicated a problem,
but in addition they also displayed balance problems —
walking, falling over, trying to walk again, falling again and
generally acting groggy and disoriented.


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