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The Biggest Animals Kingdom and in The World | Kinkajou | Kinkajous east and south of the Sierra Madre, Mexico, Central America east of the Andes in Bolivia and the Atlantic forest in southeastern Brazil. An adult kinkajou weighs 1.4 to 4.6 kg (3-10 kg). The adult body is 40-60 cm (16-24 inches) longer than the body length, the queue length of 40-60 cm (16-24 inches). The kinkajou woolly hair consists of an outer layer of gold (or brownish-gray) overlapping a gray undercoat. It also has short legs, with five toes on each foot and sharp clawsAlthough kinkajou is classified in the order Carnivora and has sharp teeth, omnivorous diet consists mainly of fruits. Kinkajous especially enjoy figs. E 'has been suggested, without direct evidence that occasionally eat bird eggs and small vertebrates.

The two-inch extrudable tongue kinkajou thin helps the animal to lick and get the nectar from flowers, so sometimes acts as a pollinator. Although captive specimens avidly eat honey (hence the name "Honey Bear"), honey was not observed in the diet of wild bears winding. Such as raccoons, bears compete winding 'considerable manipulative skills of Records. Kinkajous sleep in family and groom themselves. During daylight hours, kinkajous sleep in tree hollows or in shaded tangles of leaves, avoiding direct sunlight. Kinkajous breed throughout the year, the birth of one or two young children., After a gestation period of 112-118 days Kinkajous are sometimes kept as exotic pets. An agitated kinkajou may be a little scream and attack, usually clawing its victim and sometimes biting deeply.

In El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras animals bears are commonly known as liquidation micoleĆ³n and means "lion monkey." In Peru, pet coat bears are commonly known as "Liron". The Dormouse is often described as "stuffed animal" or "bear-monkey hybrid. 

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