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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.
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She has been returned to her enclosure with other coatis following blood tests and a general health check.
Habitat selection, home range and activity of the White nosed coati (Nasua nasua) in a Mexican Tropical Dry Forest.
The presence of sebaceous glands in the dermis at the level of the tegmentum is generally common in mammals (e.g., coati, moco, and raccoons) (Lima et al., 2008; Bellatine et al., 2010; Casals et al., 2013).
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"Theirs was a house where both animals and people always found help," said Teresa, who was born at the zoo and had a raccoon-like coati from Mexico as a childhood playmate.
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The company has a strong position in the Putumayo basin and has a cluster of near term activity assets around the OBA export line including the Platanillo block, Put-8, Put-12 and Coati.