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Who is Pedro the Dancing Racoon?

On TikTok, you might have watched a dancing racoon with a catchy song.

The racoon in the video dances in a spinning circle with a black background.

Many users took part in the trend and replaced the racoon with their pets.

These videos get millions of views because of it’s quirkiness and catchiness.

In this article, you’ll learn who is Pedro the dancing in a circle racoon viral meme on TikTok/Instagram, original video, and the song name.

Who is Pedro the dancing racoon?

The origin of the Pedro the dancing racoon meme was started by @fleska30 on TikTok.

The user posted a video of his Racoon dancing in a circle on September 23, 2023.

Since then, it got over 9 million views and more than 1 million likes.

On April 2024, @fleska30 reposted the video of his racoon dancing in a circle.

However, this time, he used the viral song “Pedro” in his video, and got over 500k views.

After the meme went viral, TikTok creators started using their pets to dance in a circle instead of a racoon.

Other creators started using the dancing racoon video as their Apple Watch wallpaper and iPhone charging screen.

What is the song used in the dancing racoon meme?

The song that is used in the dancing Racoon meme is Raffaella Carrà – Pedro (Jaxomy & Agatino Romero Remix).

It has more than 6 million views on TikTok and the comment section is filled with people referencing the dancing racoon meme.

However, the original creator of the dancing racoon did not use this song for their video.

Instead, they used the song “тгк – DKNASASAL”, a song by a Russian artist.

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