A coati-mundi, or coati, sitting in a tree.
coati definition by Webster's New World
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noun pl. coatis
any of a genus (Nasua) of small, tree-dwelling, raccoonlike carnivores with a long, flexible snout, found in Mexico and Central and South America
Origin: Tupí ; from cua, a cincture plush tim, the nose: so called from appearance of its snout
coati definition by American Heritage Dictionary
noun pl. coati or co·a·tis
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.
Origin: Spanish coatí and Portuguese coati, from Tupi : cua, belt + tim, nose.