A raccoon climbed a 25-story building in St. Paul, captivating metropolis

A raccoon climbed a 25-story building in St. Paul, captivating metropolis


It’s more or less not Spider-Man, nevertheless masked, high-climbing creature has captivated people Minnesota. A raccoon was spotted morning climbing the inside on the UBS Plaza in St. Paul. When maintenance workers aimed to rescue the raccoon by providing it a ladder to climb down, the raccoon simply scurried to a new side with the building and climbing higher and higher. The incident has stirred locals and raccoon enthusiasts on social media marketing, many of whom have posted pictures or videos of your creature’s climb.


Raccoons are skilled climbers, with powerful claws that allow the crooks to rapidly scale trees to escape danger. Apparently, this skill means buildings at the same time — the St. Paul raccoon offers climbed the 25-story office tower with relative ease. It’s normal for a raccoon to climb to heights of 20 or 30 feet, but scaling a big building in this way is very unusual. By the point the raccoon reached the building’s upper stories, a sizeable audience had gathered below, with binoculars, signs, as well as stuffed raccoon. A marquee on Minnesota Public Radio’s building across the street flashed: “St. Paul’s downtown raccoon reaches new heights.”

At around 10:30 PM, the raccoon apparently had provide power to climbing and began to descend, stopping on the 17th floor unwind. Refreshed and with renewed energy, the raccoon resumed its pursuit of the summit the next morning reaching the roof around 2:45 AM, where it was caught inside of a trap set by Wildlife Management Services.


By any time the Wildlife Management Services team reached the raccoon, she was tired and had drank a lot of water — wouldn’t you, if you just climbed 25 stories? They brought the raccoon away from the city and released her into your wild, thus ending the epic 24-hour spectacle that captivated town of St. Paul.