Band of Running Coatis at Riviera Maya, Mexico - Encircle Photos

21 Band of Running Coatis at Riviera Maya, Mexico

First time visitors to Riviera Maya assume these scampering critters are raccoons. Although they are related, these are called coatis. These omnivores have pointed snouts, a reddish coat and ringed tails which typically stand strait up. The females and their young travel in bands up to thirty animals. They make a great photo op but you are cautioned against feeding them despite their persistent begging.

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Riviera Maya Golf Club, Carretera Chetumal Benito Juarez Km.250, 77760 Akumal, Q.R., Mexico

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