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RACCOON: The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "raccoon"

To do the sign for "raccoon," show a raccoon mask with "V" (or modified "K" hands). Change the "Vs" into "Rs" as you move both hands out to the side a couple inches.



Here's a little different variation (palms forward). I'd stick with the above version but it is not a big deal. They both mean "raccoon."



Or there is a version similar to the first version that shows a raccoon mask with a "V" (or modified "K" hands). And instead of changing to the "R" handshape it changes to the "H" or "U" handshape.




Sample sentence: RACCOON THEY BORN EGG?




If you want to learn more animal signs, check out:




Also see: ANIMALS

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