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22 Strange Animals - WTF Pictures | Webfail - Fail Pictures and Fail Videos

22 Strange Animals - WTF Pictures

22 strange animals--the naked mole rat on Kim possible=much cuter. I laughed so hard at the blob fish. It's just amazing how vast creation can be--all creatures great and small, weird and wonderful, the Good Lord made them all.

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beauty life Home trees creative nature forest earth colorful road leaves Woods artistic path magical mystical north carolina Wilderness dreamy connected JOURNEY branches Vibrant Nikon D40 enchanting 18-200mm lens my personal photography sacred land

Baby coatí

Baby coatí

Coatimundi, Wild Animals, Cute Animals, Raccoons, Raptors, Campsite, Majestic Animals, Exotic Animals, South America

Couche de coatí

Couche de coatí

Upright tails while foraging is a common sight and usually means 'this is my food!'

Animals You've Never Heard Of - C Edition

Coatimundis in Belize - photo by Barnacle Bill

animaux | 5 Minutes à perdre - Part 26

Funny pictures about Cute Coati Family. Oh, and cool pics about Cute Coati Family. Also, Cute Coati Family.

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Coati Mundi

Closely related to racoons, the Coati Mundi is a curious, clever, and affectionate critter. Coatis use special postures to communicate like hiding their long nose between the front paws as.

Baby Coati / Coatis belong to the larger Raccoon family, which includes 17 species, all native to the Americas.  This species is native to Arizona, Mexico, Central America, Colombia, and Ecuador.

Baby Coati Count Reaches 22 At Melbourne Zoo!

Baby Coati -- Coatis belong to the larger Raccoon family. This species is native to Arizona, Mexico, Central America, Colombia, and Ecuador.

The Coati is closely related to the raccoon. And like its cousin, this mammal is the size of a large house cat, has a ringed tail, and hangs out in trees.

White-nosed Coati (Nasua narica) - photo from Simone's Kitchen; Coatis (or Coatimundi) are members of the raccoon family that live in South America, Central America, and southwestern North America. All coatis have a slender head with an elongated, flexib

The coati is a member of the raccoon family (Procyonidae), a diurnal mammal native to South America, Central America, and south-western North America.

Coatis are native to Central and South America, where they live in a wide range of habitats, from arid grasslands to cold mountainous areas.  Closely related to raccoons, coatis feed on invertebrates, fruit, lizards, and bird eggs.  The long, flexible snout, which can be rotated in any direction, provides impressive sniffing power as coatis forage for food among the leaf litter.

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earthandanimals:  White Nosed Coati Photo by Marcelo Rodríguez

by Marcelo Rodríguez. "A beautiful white-nosed Coati climbing a pyramid on the Tepozteco mountain of Tepoztlan, Mexico.

Please repin! Help elephants and other animals escape the cruelty caused by circuses like #ringlingbrothers. You can make a difference!!!

Prevent Cruelty @ Ringling Brothers

Ringling's Cruelty Exposed Infographic I hate to see animals in this kind of captivity. I love elephants but when I see them at carnivals or circuses I steer clear.