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British pronunciation/kˈə‍ʊti/
American pronunciation/kˈoʊɾi/
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an omnivorous animal with a long snout and ringed tail that is mainly found in Central and Southern America

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What is a "coati"?

The coati is a mammal native to the Americas, known for its long, slender body, curious and social nature, and distinctive, ringed tail. Coatis are members of the raccoon family and are found in a range of habitats, from tropical rainforests to arid deserts. They have a flexible snout, sharp claws, and a prehensile tail, which they use for balance and to help them climb trees in search of food. Coatis are omnivorous, feeding on a wide variety of insects, fruits, small animals, and eggs. They are highly adaptable and are known for their playful and inquisitive behavior, making them popular animals in wildlife viewing and conservation efforts.

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