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Kinkajou A kinkajou, also called a "honey bear," is a nocturnal arboreal mammal whose diet mainly consists of fruits; it particularly enjoys figs.

Kinkajou A kinkajou, also called a "honey bear," is a nocturnal arboreal mammal whose diet mainly consists of fruits; it particularly enjoys figs.

Janda Exotics- Kinkajou for sale, available babies for sale. I want that. They're so cute!

Janda Exotics- Kinkajou for sale, available babies for sale. I want that. They're so cute!

The kinkajou (Potos flavus), also known as the 'honey bear' (a name it shares with the sun bear), is a rainforest mammal  NOT  a monkey.  Native to Central America and South America, this mostly a frugivorous, arboreal mammal. However, they are hunted for the pet trade, for their fur (to make wallets and horse saddles) and for their meat. They may live up to 40 years in captivity.

The kinkajou (Potos flavus), also known as the 'honey bear' (a name it shares with the sun bear), is a rainforest mammal NOT a monkey. Native to Central America and South America, this mostly a frugivorous, arboreal mammal. However, they are hunted for the pet trade, for their fur (to make wallets and horse saddles) and for their meat. They may live up to 40 years in captivity.

The kinkajou (Potos flavus), also known as the 'honey bear' (a name it shares with the sun bear), is a rainforest mammal NOT a monkey. Native to Central America and South America, this mostly a frugivorous, arboreal mammal.

The kinkajou (Potos flavus), also known as the 'honey bear' (a name it shares with the sun bear), is a rainforest mammal NOT a monkey. Native to Central America and South America, this mostly a frugivorous, arboreal mammal.

Baby Kinkajou... So Cute!!!! (Plus Paris Hilton Has One And I Bite Her On Live TV.... Must Be A Great Judge Of Character :)

Baby Kinkajou... So Cute!!!! (Plus Paris Hilton Has One And I Bite Her On Live TV.... Must Be A Great Judge Of Character :)

Also known as the honey bear, the kinkajou is in the same family as raccoons, coatis, and ringtail cats. These are often mistaken for monkeys, due to their long curly tail which is used to help them climb. The large eyes help this nocturnal animal see well in the dark. Most of the time, kinkajous are very docile and playful, but they can become aggressive at times, especially if they are woken during the day.

Also known as the honey bear, the kinkajou is in the same family as raccoons, coatis, and ringtail cats. These are often mistaken for monkeys, due to their long curly tail which is used to help them climb. The large eyes help this nocturnal animal see well in the dark. Most of the time, kinkajous are very docile and playful, but they can become aggressive at times, especially if they are woken during the day.

Our crazy Kinkajou: Chloe (This is not Chloe but a picture I found on the internet that looks just like her!)

Our crazy Kinkajou: Chloe (This is not Chloe but a picture I found on the internet that looks just like her!)

kinkajou bed time!! i needs this in my life again just seeing this brings tears to my eyes!!

Pet Kinkajou Pictures

kinkajou bed time!! i needs this in my life again just seeing this brings tears to my eyes!!

The kinkajou (Potos flavus), also known as the 'honey bear' (a name it shares with the sun bear), is a rainforest mammal  NOT  a monkey.  Native to Central America and South America, this mostly a frugivorous, arboreal mammal. However, they are hunted for the pet trade, for their fur (to make wallets and horse saddles) and for their meat. They may live up to 40 years in captivity.

The kinkajou (Potos flavus), also known as the 'honey bear' (a name it shares with the sun bear), is a rainforest mammal NOT a monkey. Native to Central America and South America, this mostly a frugivorous, arboreal mammal. However, they are hunted for the pet trade, for their fur (to make wallets and horse saddles) and for their meat. They may live up to 40 years in captivity.

Kinkajou (kinkažu) The kinkajou is a rainforest mammal of the family Procyonidae related to olingos, coatis, raccoons. (Potos flavus) . Native to Central America and South America,

Kinkajou (kinkažu) The kinkajou is a rainforest mammal of the family Procyonidae related to olingos, coatis, raccoons. (Potos flavus) . Native to Central America and South America,

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