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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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nine-banded armadillo, white-nosed coati and white-tailed deer) was obtained based on values reported by Gomez-Ortiz et al.
CJL located coatis by walking the grounds at La Selva and responding to reported sightings by other visitors to the station.
Recommendations were made for deworming existing animals, increased sanitation, and environmental decontamination of the kinkajou and coati enclosures.
The white-nosed coati from Belize, central America, was introduced to the zoo to take part in a breeding programme.
In the north west alone, Disney's sightings include 160 big cats, five snakes, two coatis, one crocodile and a lizard.
These products, which are developed and marketed by Rhodia Coatis, are primarily used in decorative paints, specialty mortars used in the construction industry, and liquid adhesives.
Youth rules among groups of ring-tailed coatis of Argentina.
Walking through the Huachuca Mountains on the fort at sunrise, one might spot a group of coatis, which resemble a hybrid between a raccoon and a monkey; piglike collared peccaries; a mountain lion; dozens of butterfly species; and scores of the nearly 400 bird species reported in the basin, including the quetzallike elegant trogon.
Aunque la especie co-especifica, el coati de nariz blanca, es considerado comun en la mayor parte de su rango geografico, no existen estudios sobre la interaccion entre las poblaciones humanas y de coatis.