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White-nosed Coati (Nasua narica) - photo from Simone's Kitchen; Coatis (or Coatimundi) are members of the raccoon family that live in South America, Central America, and southwestern North America. All coatis have a slender head with an elongated, flexible, slightly upward-turned nose, small ears, dark feet, and a long, non-prehensile tail used for balance and signaling. Some have rings around their tails. They are about the size of a large house cat. - info from Wikipedia

White-nosed Coati (Nasua narica) - photo from Simone's Kitchen; Coatis (or Coatimundi) are members of the raccoon family that live in South America, Central America, and southwestern North America. All coatis have a slender head with an elongated, flexible, slightly upward-turned nose, small ears, dark feet, and a long, non-prehensile tail used for balance and signaling. Some have rings around their tails. They are about the size of a large house cat. - info from Wikipedia

The Coati Mundi, closely related to racoons, is a curious, clever, and affectionate critter.

The Coati Mundi, closely related to racoons, is a curious, clever, and affectionate critter.

White-nosed Coati ~ Coatimundi Pizote (Nasua narica) a species of coati and member of the family Procyonidae. Averaging about 8.8-13.2 lbs, males are much larger than females who may weigh as little as 5.5 lbs while large males may be 27 lbs. Body length about 43", half of that being tail. They eat small vertebrates, fruits, carrion, insects, and eggs. They can climb trees easily but are most often seen on the ground, and (unlike nocturnal raccoons) in the daytime.

White-nosed Coati ~ Coatimundi Pizote (Nasua narica) a species of coati and member of the family Procyonidae. Averaging about 8.8-13.2 lbs, males are much larger than females who may weigh as little as 5.5 lbs while large males may be 27 lbs. Body length about 43", half of that being tail. They eat small vertebrates, fruits, carrion, insects, and eggs. They can climb trees easily but are most often seen on the ground, and (unlike nocturnal raccoons) in the daytime.

White Nosed Coati in Mexico

White Nosed Coati in Mexico

The South American coati, or ring-tailed coati (Nasua nasua), is a species of coati from tropical and subtropical South America. In Brazilian Portuguese it is known as quati. - Wikipedia

The South American coati, or ring-tailed coati (Nasua nasua), is a species of coati from tropical and subtropical South America. In Brazilian Portuguese it is known as quati. - Wikipedia

Pygmy Marmoset

Pygmy Marmoset

The South American coati, or ring-tailed coati (Nasua nasua), is a species of coati from tropical and subtropical South America. In Brazilian Portuguese it is known as quati. Weight in this species is 2–7.2 kg (4.4–16 lb) and total length is 85–113 cm (33–44 in), half of that being its tail. Its color is highly variable and the rings on the tail may be quite weak, but it lacks the largely white muzzle ("nose") of its northern cousin, the white-nosed coati

The South American coati, or ring-tailed coati (Nasua nasua), is a species of coati from tropical and subtropical South America. In Brazilian Portuguese it is known as quati. Weight in this species is 2–7.2 kg (4.4–16 lb) and total length is 85–113 cm (33–44 in), half of that being its tail. Its color is highly variable and the rings on the tail may be quite weak, but it lacks the largely white muzzle ("nose") of its northern cousin, the white-nosed coati

Zeehond

Zeehond

The maras (Dolichotis) are a genus of the cavy family. These large relatives of guinea pigs are common in the Patagonian steppes of Argentina but live in other areas of South America as well such as Paraguay. Maras are the fourth largest rodent in the world, after capybaras, beavers, and porcupines

The maras (Dolichotis) are a genus of the cavy family. These large relatives of guinea pigs are common in the Patagonian steppes of Argentina but live in other areas of South America as well such as Paraguay. Maras are the fourth largest rodent in the world, after capybaras, beavers, and porcupines

Coatis, genera Nasua and Nasuella, also known as Brazilian aardvarks,Mexican tejón or moncún, hog-nosed coons, pizotes, Panamanian gatosolos, crackoons, and snookum bears, are members of the raccoon family (Procyonidae). They are diurnal mammals native to South America, Central America, and south-western North America.

Coatis, genera Nasua and Nasuella, also known as Brazilian aardvarks,Mexican tejón or moncún, hog-nosed coons, pizotes, Panamanian gatosolos, crackoons, and snookum bears, are members of the raccoon family (Procyonidae). They are diurnal mammals native to South America, Central America, and south-western North America.

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