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Anonymous 03/26/2021 (Fri) 23:59:29 No.14
Coatis are also /pro/cyonids
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It's coon with extra schniffer.
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>>18 That's some schniffer right there! What kinds of stuff does he schniff?
>>20 Everything.
>>17 The stance The presence... What a great coon!
Kinkajou are also /pro/cyonids.
>>44 Tails up = Power
>>135 lick
>>135 That tongue is super long.
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>>171 Do they all have such long tongues?
Which procyonid is your fav?
>>185 The raccoon.
>>196 The rccaoon?
>>197 the coonrac
i bump the coati thread
>>185 They're all very nice, hard to decide
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Took pictures of them while going on a walk
>>438 WOAH we have /pro/fessionals living in Coatiland? What is it like to walk by them?
>>438 I wish to be there.
>>439 They're cute. I enjoy seeing them around.
>>442 How friendly are they? Are they shy?
>>438 How often do you run across nosebears outside? Is seeing them an everyday occurrence? >>444 I've seen people online who have them as pets, but that's not really helpful to know considering that some people have no problems keeping dangerous critters around.
>>444 The packs will scatter if anyone gets near them but the lone guys can get close or stay still and won't run away as easily. The picture next to one is the closest I could get, about 2 meters. >>445 These guys are new over here, they recently migrated from the hills. Before it was very rare to see one but now It's happening on frequent basis. They live in the area so it's not rare to see them around or hear about people encountering them.
>>446 What happened? Why did they leave the mountains?
>>447 I don't really know. If I get a chance to ask the people in charge of keeping tabs on wildlife in the area I'll let you guys know. Their offices are close.
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Here, some more pictures of them I took when I was out on a walk last sunday. A group of small guys near a parking spot and a lone big boy outside a school. The small ones made a cute noise kind of like "meep meep" and got quite close to me. They're very cute.
>>456 Incredible. Very special moments to be had with coatis.

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