Where the Red Fern Grows

How do the curiosity and stubborness typical of racoons enable Billy to trap one?

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The trap piqued the coons with something shiny, after which, the raccoon's stubbornness took over refusing to the the shiny article go. In the end, the raccoon's paw gets stuck. Thus, it's the curiosity and stubbornness of the raccoons that enables Billy to trap one.