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Definitions of coati in various dictionaries:
noun - omnivorous mammal of Central America and South America
noun - a tropical mammal
COATI - The coati, also known as the coatimundi (), is a member of the raccoon family (Procyonidae) in the genera Nasua and Nasuella. It is a diurnal mammal ...
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Cousin of a raccoon|
|South American mammal|
|South American animal|
|Flexibly snouted mammal|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|Any of four species of omnivorous mammals of the genera Nasua or Nasuella of South and Central America and the southwest United States, related to and resembling the raccoon but having a longer snout and tail.|
|a raccoon-like animal found mainly in Central and South America, with a long flexible snout and a ringed tail.|
|omnivorous mammal of Central America and South America|
|a small animal with a long nose and a long tail with dark rings around it, found mainly in Central and South America|
|A raccoon-like animal found mainly in Central and South America, with a long flexible snout and a ringed tail.|
|The coati, also known as the coatimundi (), is a member of the raccoon family (Procyonidae) in the genera Nasua and Nasuella. It is a diurnal mammal native to South America, Central America, and southwestern North America. The name is purportedly derived from the Tupian languages of Brazil.The coati is also known in English as the hog-nosed coon. In Mexico, it is called tejón, cholugo or moncún, in Guatemala, Costa Rica and Belize pizote and in Colombia cusumbo.|