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Coatimundi

Coatimundi
Central America

Coatimundi

About

The coati is a relative of the raccoon with a long, pointed muzzle, a long, bushy and ringed tail, and brown to red-brown fur.

Fun Facts
  • Coatis feed by using their long noses, poking them under rocks and into crevices. They also use their long claws to dig holes or tear apart rotting logs.
  • Coatis are often seen in large groups (called “bands”) of 15-20 individuals. When surprised, the entire group will leap into the trees while emitting clicks and “woofs”.
  • These animals are diurnal, sleeping in treetop leaves and branches during the night. They spend most of day in search of food, grooming, and resting.
Conservation

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