Definición de coati en inglés:

coati

Silabificación: co·a·ti
Pronunciación: /kōˈätē
 
/

sustantivo (plural coatis)

A raccoonlike animal found mainly in Central and South America, with a long, flexible snout and a ringed tail. Also called coatimundi.
  • Genera Nasua and Nasuella, family Procyonidae: three or four species, in particular Nasua nasua, whose range reaches the southern US
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The reserve provides a home to 1,800 black howler monkeys as well as 250 species of birds, deer, coatis, anteaters, peccaries, and iguana.
  • Many eggs are destroyed by this unfortunate timing, and predators (mainly coyotes, raccoons, opossums and coatis in Costa Rica) account for further losses.
  • While the plants in the center help most animals in the graph, they have a special relation to the tree-dwelling mammals in the set: spider monkeys, howler monkeys, and coatis.

Origen

early 17th century: from Spanish and Portuguese, from Tupi kua'ti, from cua 'belt' + tim 'nose'.

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