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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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Youth rules among groups of ring-tailed coatis of Argentina.
El coati de la isla de Cozumel es considerado co-especifico del coati de nariz blanca (N.
The reserve itself is host to Baird's tapirs, jaguars, pumas, spider and howler monkeys, ocelots, coati, and spotted cavy, and provides one of many sites for abundant nature watching.
Directly across from Eagle Canyon is a new exhibit of coati, white-nosed natives of the Southwest that look like a cross between a badger and an anteater.
Four of these, Leptonycteris nivalis, Felis pardalis, Felis yagouaroundi, and Trichechus manatus appear on both state and federal lists, whereas the black bear (Ursus americanus) and the white-nosed coati or coatimundi (Nasua narica) are listed as endangered in Texas by TPWD (Table 1).
The animals were brought back to health in temporary ADI facilities in Santa Cruz Bolivia, with some animals relocated in Bolivia, some overseas and some animals including monkeys and a coati returned to the wild.
It is also looking to relocate three kinkajous and a coati, both of which are members of the racoon family.
SAN JOSE, Costa Rica, May 30, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Coati Travel is offering eco-interested travelers the ultimate adventure with a chance to win an amazing Dream Green Vacation to Costa Rica.
Other carnivores detected by this camera were the coyote (Canis latrans) and white-nosed coati (Nasua narica).
The white-nosed coati from Belize, central America, was introduced to the zoo to take part in a breeding programme.
Baron] Cuvier 1798) Crab-eating-raccoon Coendou prehensilis (Linnaeus 1758) Porcupine Nasua nasua (Linnaeus 1766) Coati Lycalopex vetulus (Lund 1842) Brazilian-field-fox Myrmecophaga tridactyla (Linnaeus 1758) Giant-anteater Tamandua tetradactyla (Linnaeus 1758) Collared-anteater Dasypus novemcinctus (Linnaeus 1758) Common-armadillo Euphractus sexcintus (Linnaeus 1758) Yellow-armadillo Unidentified Cats Unidentified Prei Unidentified Armadillo Scientific Name N % Reptiles Iguana iguana (Linnaeus 1758) 1 0.