"너구리는 손을 씻는다."
Translation:The raccoon washes its hands.
It's a raccoon dog, which doesn't exist in America. People got angry earlier saying no one knows what a raccoon dog is, just change to raccoon. Haha!
너구리, are raccoon dogs, which generally live in North-East Asia and are cousins of foxes and dogs. In Japanese folklore they are known as tanuki. The 아메리카 너구리 is the North American Raccoon. They both look very similar but are ultimately different animals.
Though, I think most Koreans use 너구리 to refer to both, so I think both answers should be accepted.