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coati

Central and South American, long-snouted members of the Procyonidae, a family which also contains raccoons and kinkajous. Includes Nasua rufa (ring-tailed coati) and N. narica (coatimundi).
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2011), en un foto-trampeo con mayor duracion (diciembre 2003 a mayo 2006), documentaron que esta misma especie se conto entre las mas abundantes, solo por debajo del coati, el conejo, el puma y la zorra gris, en la Reserva Natural Sierra Nanchititla, en el estado de Mexico, donde el habitat predominante es la selva baja caducifolia, y en menor proporcion el bosque de latifoliadas (encino) y bosques de pino-encino, aunque estos autores no especificaron en que tipo de habitat el venado fue mas abundante.
The main prey was nine-banded armadillo followed by white-nosed coati and white-tailed deer, which represented all together 64% of the total occurrence frequency.
Keywords: Costa Rica, Nasua narica, play, Procyonidae, white-nosed coati.
A little girl called Dog, a parrot and a coati form the unlikely trio of heroes in this beautifully written book.
Recommendations were made for deworming existing animals, increased sanitation, and environmental decontamination of the kinkajou and coati enclosures.
1999) suggest that a coati species is the pollinator of this Malvaceae species.
He's called a coati and he's like a cartoon version of a North American racoon.
Coati Mundis roamed freely, unafraid of people as they scrounged through the ruins for morning bugs while Toucans jumped from tree branch to tree branch feeding just over our heads.
The lizard's owner, Nate McClain of Zany Zoo, with a Central American raccoon called a coati perched behind his neck, explained that it can be hard to walk Oedipus - a temperamental creature that McClain says wants to be held and then wants down as often as a nap-deprived baby.
We have found dead wolves, foxes, giant anteater, mini anteater, otter, coati, armadillo, snakes, herons, owl, and lizards, as well as dead fish in the rivers, like the surubins, which can weigh 40 kilos.
Cuixmala is located within the Chamela-Cuixmala Biosphere Preserve, offering up-close encounters with coati mundis, wild boars, zebra and white tail deer among other inhabitants.