Kinkajou

Where can I see the Kinkajou

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The Kinkajou is a small, tree-dwelling mammal found in Central and South America.

They are known for their long tongues and prehensile tails. Kinkajous are mostly active at night, and feed mainly on fruit, but they will also eat insects, nectar, and eggs.

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Least Concern (LC)
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Geeky Facts about the Kinkajou

Fact 1

Its small, hand-like feet have fingers that are a bit webbed and end with sharp little claws.

Fact 2

They use their tail to provide grip on branches while doing other activities or for approaching food

Fact 3

Kinkajous are important pollinators.

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