The South American Coati is a mid sized animal otherwise known as the ring-tailed Coati. In the wild, these furry creatures live in rain forests in South America, in Colombia, Venezuela, Uruguay and nothern Argentina.
Ring-tailed Coatis are hungry omnivores that snack on fruit, nuts, invertebrates, eggs, reptiles, small mammals, and whatever else they find.
Travelling in groups otherwise known as a ‘band’. Up to thirty females live in this ocial group and nest in trees within the rain forest. Females have a gestation period of 77 days, giving birth to litters of 3-7 pups.