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This was a group of over 20 family members foraging.
Esto fue un grupo familiar de mas que 20 ejemplares buscando comida.
Gracias Gerardo! Crobin these are also called "Pizotes" P-Zo-TAY in Costa Rican Spanish!
Very cool spotting great shots :)
Thanks for posting this I didn't know those where called coatis
Yes, I agree, I would consider racoons here as urban biodiversity for sure!
Apple, I have pictures of this species rummaging through dumpsters like raccoons. That would definitely be urban biodiversity!
I see these guys all the time. They are a cool gang. They turn more Head's than Marilyn Monroe!
You should add them to the Urban Biodiversity mission if they live so close to people. I am fascinated by Costa Rica and its wildlife. A visit there is on my bucket list for sure!
Fabulous and funny !!
Thank you Alice!!!
They really are gregarious creatures. These in particular live in a resort development and are accomstumed to people. They are brazen like raccoons.
Coatis are fun!
What cute little guys!
Spotted on Sep 20, 2011 Submitted on Oct 17, 2011
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