Definition of Coatimundis

1. Noun. (plural of coatimundi) ¹



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Definition of Coatimundis

1. coatimundi [n] - See also: coatimundi

Coatimundis Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coatimundis

coatee
coatees
coater
coaters
coates
coateth
coath
coathanger
coathangers
coathook
coathooks
coati
coati-mondi
coati-mundi
coatimundi
coatimundis (current term)
coating
coatings
coatis
coatless
coatlike
coatomer
coatomers
coatrack
coatracks
coatroom
coatrooms
coats
coats of arms
coatstand

Literary usage of Coatimundis

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1. Panama Adventure Guide by Patricia Katzman (2004)
"... three-toed sloths, pacas, vampire bats and coatimundis. Orchids, bromeliads and epiphytic plants are abundant, and golden frogs can still be found here. ..."

2. Nature's Strongholds: The World's Great Wildlife Reserves by Laura Riley, William Riley (2005)
"Collared peccaries roam in smaller, less irritable groups, along with raccoon-like coatimundis. Pumas, jaguars, and smaller ocelot and margay cousins prowl ..."

3. Costa Rica Alive! by Bruce Morris (2002)
"coatimundis (a possum-like creature) lurk in the road hitting up passing tourists for handouts. ..."

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