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Also known as the Argentinian Aardvark


Coatis are widespread, occupying habitats ranging from hot and arid areas to humid Amazonian rainforests or even cold Andean mountain slopes, including grasslands and bushy areas. Their geographical range extends from the southwestern U.S. (southern Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas) through northern Argentina. Around 10 coatis are thought to have formed a breeding population in Cumbria, UK.

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Carolina 13 years ago

This one is the South american coati (Nasua nasua)
They are really fun :)

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Almirante Brown, Misiones, Argentina

Spotted on Jan 15, 2011
Submitted on May 21, 2011

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