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Coatamundi

Description:

long snout, somewhat prehensile tail, brown grey and cream fur with claws for climbing

Habitat:

forrest

Notes:

This coatamundi was being kept as a pet, but they are wild in the area, though rarely seen. They are very cheeky and energetic


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2 Comments

rachely
rachely 7 years ago

Yeah, it was on this horrible Bizarre tour that was billed to us "tour the Aztec villages" but was really like the Mexico shack and poverty tour. Mad uncomfortable as German tourists were giving lollipops to kids in trash heaps and monkeys and coatamundis were ties up for tourists to look at.

Bruno
Bruno 7 years ago

Great spotting, I've never seen one! I think they are also known as Brazilian aardvarks.

Cancún, Quintana Roo, Mexico

Lat: 21.15, Long: -86.83

Spotted on Apr 8, 2010
Submitted on Apr 8, 2010

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