There are three species of coati all found in the forests of South and Central America. Like its
relative, the raccoon, the coati has a striped tail. This tail, which is quite long, reaching some 2 1/2 feet in
length, is usually held in a vertacle position. The body length of the coati is 1 1/2 to 2 feet long.
The coati has small ears and a very long, pointed snout. This snout is useful in searching for food in holes,
through foliage and under fallen leaves. MORE!
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