If that footprint looks like the footprint of a miniature human being, it was probably made by a raccoon.
Raccoons won’t eat tomatoes (can’t stand the acid).
Raccoons wash their food in the nearest water before they eat it. They even go through the same washing motions when there’s no water around.
One raccoon in the wild needs about five acres to eke out a living.
The chincilla’s pelt is said to have more hairs per square inch than any other animal’s skin.
The fiercest animal for its size and weight is the shrew.
The shrew is born blind, deaf, hairless, toothless, and no bigger than a shelled peanut.
A shrew is nocturnal animal related to moles.
A badger hole looks like hardly anything. But it may go deeply into the hillside and be inherited by many generations. Some badger dens have been known to last 100 years.
Wisconsin is known as the Badger State but not because of the badgers! The lead miners working underground there a century ago were called badgers.
Because gorillas are selective eaters, they never strip a feeding site bare. Adequate vegetation remains for regrowth.