thieving coati, iguazu

Coatis, genera Nasua and Nasuella, also known as Brazilian aardvarks, Mexican tejon, hog-nosed coons, pisotes, and snookum bears, are members of the raccoon family (Procyonidae). They are diurnal mammals native to South, Central, and south-western North America. The word "coatimundi" (pronounced /koʊˌɑːtɨˈmʌndi/ ) is a commonly used misnomer applied to solitary adult males of N. nasua. The term is reported to be derived from the Tupi language (Brazil).

Direction Same location as last photo
Location Foz do Iguassu, Puerto Iguassu, Parana (PR), Misiones, Brazil, South America
Info F 4.5 1/60 ISO 80 with Canon PowerShot G9
Keywords 2009, Afterfate, Aftersleep, Animal, Argentina, Brazil, Coati, Iguazu, Lazy Hiker, Longest Journey, Mammal, Outdoor, Outdoor Photography, South America, Travel, Wildlife
Continent South America Country Brazil
State Parana (PR), Misiones City Foz do Iguassu, Puerto Iguassu
Weather Cloudy, Heavy Rain Temperature Cool
Event Longest Journey Day Brazilian Iguassu
Activity Iguassu Fall Brazil Date 2009:09:30 14:59:36
Make Canon Model Canon PowerShot G9
Rating 3 Lens 7.4-44.4 mm
Flash On, Red-eye reduction Focal 8.2 mm
Exposure 1/60 F Number 4.5
ISO 80 White Bal. Auto
Metering Multi-segment Compensation 0
Hyperfocal 2.33 m Latitude -25.6924222222222
Longitude -54.4341388888889 Altitude 185.2327113 m
File Size 1147 kB
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