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Brevard Zoo have welcomed Sky & Rita; two White-Nosed Coatis to their already established band! Sky & Rita are now on display next to the rest of their Coati band; which includes their two older coati residents, Lupita and Katie, and their trio of 1-year-olds, Tito,...

Following the expansion of Brevard Zoo’s White-Nosed Coati habitat earlier this year; one male and two female Coatis have now arrived at the Zoo. The yet-to-be-named youngsters, who were born at a private facility in Texas in May, are new founders for the [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2AKFSgDezg4[/embed] Association of Zoos and...

A coatimundi was released back into the wild today. It was released at Colossal Cave Mountain park just a few hours ago. Several dozen coatis have lived there for years. Continue reading the article here....

If you are a connoisseur of rare coffees of the world, you will surely go gaga over the taste of the dung coffee produced in Peru. What’s different about this coffee is that it is procured from the excreta of a hog-nosed South American mammal...

An elderly South American Coati unexpectedly gave birth to two healthy pups at Zoo Budapest. In the wild, Coatis rarely live longer than seven to eight years, but they have been known to live up to 17 years in captivity. The mother of these two...