Quiz: Which famous Toronto raccoon are you?
Rocket rode the rocket this week. But he's not our only famous trash panda. Which one are you most like?
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Undaunted by locked green bins, Toronto’s trash pandas are fat and happy as ever, York U biologist Suzanne Macdonald says. As long as we’re sharing this city, run-ins with the likes of Rocket, the subway-riding raccoon who delighted commuters Friday, are inevitable. Which of our infamous raccoons has your personality?
Rocket delayed morning rocket riders by taking a walk down the tracks before being captured in a garbage bin at Bloor station.
This guy was found peeking out of the ceiling near the baggage claim at Pearson Airport, to the delight of visitors.
After a days-long ordeal, firefighters rescued the baby raccoon from a fourth-floor ledge of the Toronto Star building.
This very bold bandit sauntered down a subway car at Spadina station, charming commuters.
This studious raccoon strolled into a classroom at R.H. King school, gaining instant social-media fame.
City staff were so slow to collect the body of Conrad, a.k.a #DeadRaccoonTO (RIP), passers-by honoured him with a vigil.
This masked thief snuck out of a shop ceiling to steal an orange doughnut, then retreated to his lair with his booty.
Named for Rob Mac, the worker who found him, this daredevil climbed a 200-metre crane just to poop on the deck.
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