Types of Coatis

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,...

Veterinary cardiologist Dr. Borde checks out Agave’s heart. Agave is one of Brevard's three young coati kits who arrived last year as part of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums’ White-Nosed Coati Species Survival Plan. In September 2021, during a routine exam, staff noticed that Agave had...

Katie the white-nosed coatimundi recently celebrated her 16th birthday with her very own car, made by Brevard Zoo volunteers! Coati’s life expectancy is about 7-8 years in the wild and about 14 years in human care, making Katie a geriatric Zoo resident. The staff at the Brevard...

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...

The illegal wildlife trade is often characterised by iconic species like Rhinos and Elephants being pushed to the edge of extinction. For others, like the Pangolin, it has taken decades as they teeter on the brink of disaster, to get their plight into the public...

For the first time in history one of the world’s least known mammals, the mountain coati (Nasuella olivacea), has conceived and given birth in captivity. Two months since the delivery “the offspring is enjoying excellent health, this is the result of a scientific effort that...

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...