plural noun: kinkajous
What is a Kinkajou?
Kinkajous (Potosflavus) also known as “Honey Bears” are nocturnal, arboreal and have prehensile tails.They are mammals native to the tropical rain forests of Central and South America. Although they resemble and sometimes act like monkeys they are not related to primates. They are actually related to the Raccoon, Coatimundi, Red Panda, Ringtail Cats, and other animals in the Procyonidae family. Adult Kinkajous can weigh between 3 and 8 lbs. Their life span can be up to 28 years in captivity.
Genus: Geoffroy Saint
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