coati

(redirected from coatis)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Wikipedia.
Related to coatis: coatimundi

coati

[kə′wäd·ē]
(vertebrate zoology)
The common name for three species of carnivorous mammals assigned to the raccoon family (Procyonidae) characterized by their elongated snout, body, and tail.
References in periodicals archive ?
About Coatis Coatis, a Global Business Unit of Rhodia, develops oxygenated solvents and manufactures phenol-based products and derivatives specifically for the worldwide market.
A possible foraging association between White Hawks and white-nosed coatis.
With a palette of beiges and pale pinks, contrasted with whites, blacks and algae greens, Valaya showcased long velvet coats and shorter coatis thrown over skimpy cholis , translucent flared sleeves and ruffle tops, overlapped bustlines and brocade kurtis.
She has been returned to her enclosure with other coatis following blood tests and a general health check.
However, anthropogenic activities such as farming may also benefit prey such as white-tailed deer, collared peccaries, lowland pacas, and white-nosed coatis.
During this program, 269 capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella), 27 black-howling monkeys (Allouata caraya), 12 coatis (Nasua nasua), 20 agoutis (Dasyprocta sp.
Starting at the Tree Zone, mini adventurers can scale climbing frames to meet a family of coatis.
Then we went to see the condors, coatis, forest buffaloes, giraffes, okapis, red river hogs (smelly) and on to the chimpanzees.
It's high enough for coyotes and coatis to walk under, and low enough for pronghorns to leap--and for low-flying birds like the endangered cactus ferruginous owl to avoid as well.
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.