Check out a few of the big and small camping critters you might see on your next outdoor adventure.
We're stating the obvious, but campers should stay a safe distance away from skunks. Not only do they secrete a foul-smelling liquid, but the Center for Disease Control recorded more than a 1,000 cases of rabies in skunks in the US within the last few years.
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