Coatimundi Baby 12" L

Sale price$57.00


4825, COATIMUNDI, BABY 12'' L from Hansa Creations U.S.A. Each lifelike sculpture and plush creation captures the spirit and charm of these creatures, allowing you to embrace the tranquility of these natural landscapes. Whether you're a wildlife enthusiast, a collector, or simply seeking to infuse your surroundings with the enchantment of the outdoors, HANSA Creation USA's Realistic Woodland and Prairie Animal Collection offers a captivating opportunity to appreciate the beauty and diversity of these remarkable animals. Choose from our exquisite creations to bring the peaceful allure of the woods and prairies into your home or to share the wonder of these native species with those who admire them."

There are four subspecies of coati – the mountain coati, the Ring-tailed Coati or banded-tail coati, the Cozumel Island Coati, and the white-nose Coati. The name coatimundi has been derived from the Tupian Brazil language.

Coatis are animals that are found only on the American continent and usually live in moist or tropical rainforests. They live in elevated areas – mostly above 3000 meters – which could include pine and oak trees. Their fur coat helps them survive these conditions.

The name ‘Coati’  or Coatimundi originated from the Spanish word “coatí,” which goes back to Old Tupi. Their word – kua’ti – is a combination of two words: “cua” (meaning “belt”) and “tim” (meaning “nose”).

The visually descriptive name is due to the coati’s habit of sticking their noses into their bellies when they sleep. The creature’s scientific name ‘Nasua’ also comes from the Latin word meaning ‘nose’.

From Arizona to Argentina, North, Central, and South America all contain white-nosed coatis. This species can be found in a range of environments, such as tropical woodlands and dry, open forests. Coatis consume fruit, lizards, small rodents, and insects.

Coatis are good climbers and swimmers. They use their tails to balance on branches and to delay the tree’s fall. or alterations in behavior They have a keen sense of smell, and we often observe them sniffing the ground as they utilize their strong claws and large snout to seek food.

  • Coatis are animals with unusually long noses that help them in feeding themselves by sticking under rocks in search of food.
  • Coatis usually walk with their tails high up in the air. It is used for balancing purposes while climbing.
  • Coatis have double-jointed ankles that make them flexible and help them descend trees at a much higher speed.
  • These creatures make a ‘woof’ sound when they are surprised and slowly leap into the bushes in groups after that.
  • Their groups can get as big as having about 30 members.

Product Dimension: 11.81(L) X 3.94(W) X 7.87(H)

HANSA CREATION, INC.  Woodland & Prairie is HANSA CREATION's hand-crafted collection of realistic plush animals. It takes great pride in each enchanting work of soft sculpture art, carefully designed to educate, fascinate, captivate and inspire creative play for collectors of all ages.

Artists create each HANSA animal from portraits of the creature in its natural habitat appropriately called Hansa Creation Portrait's in Nature. It is HANSA's uncompromising integrity in design and quality standards that has charmed collectors for generations and continues to mesmerize new collectors of all ages.

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