The Raccoon symbol was seen as a magical icon as it was perceived to be an expert at disguise and secrecy.
It wears masks for a variety of purposes and is able to disguise and transform itself. The masked face and ringed tale are the most distinctive part of their appearance. Abenaki mythology tells of a foolish, but benign, trickster raccoon called Azeban who is always looking for food. In other tribes the raccoon symbolizes curiosity, adaptability and resourcefulness.
Symmetric, Closed shape, Monochrome, Contains both straight and curved lines, Has crossing lines.
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