If you’re looking for a good laugh this morning, you found it thanks to Texas Parks and Wildlife. As you know living in the great state of Texas is amazing with so much going on including some of the wild animals that call Texas home. But this one particular raccoon located at the Inks Lake State Park in Burnet, Texas needed some help getting out of a difficult situation. 

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The details on the whole ordeal were posted online by Texas Parks and Wildlife as they found the raccoon attempting to sneak his paw into a bird feeder to get a quick and easy breakfast. Although as you can probably guess things didn’t go exactly how the raccoon wanted it to go. It took the help of Ranger Will to get the raccoon’s paw free from the bird feeder. 

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It Was Painless 

Luckily for the raccoon his theft attempt wasn’t too bad as it didn’t take long for him to be released from the bird feeder and he quickly got out of the area. Although according to the post online our friends at Texas Parks and Wildlife would not be shocked to see the masked bandit attempt another quick theft like this again in the future. 

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Thanks, Texas Parks and Wildlife 

It’s stories like this that give us a quick laugh as we continue on with our day. Thanks Texas Parks and Wildlife to taking the time to share this funny story online. Let’s hope this raccoon learned his lesson, but most likely he did not and will attempt more of his shenanigans again soon.  

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