The White-Nosed Coati belongs to the raccoon family. They are tan in color with white on the face. They are often confused with badgers. You will find them in various wooded regions from sea level to 11,500 feet. They tend to live along but there are plenty of times when their home range will overlap.
The White-Nosed Coati can be found on land or in the trees. They have a very long tail that is thick. The consume fruit, insects, and eggs. They will get food from the ground or from in the trees. They spend lots of time foraging at night and then staying out of sight during the day.