SUPER CUTE Kinkajou!

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On this episode of Breaking Trail, Coyote is attacked by monkeys and encounters one of the most mysterious creatures in the rainforest, the Kinkajou!

A Kinka-what? While these nocturnal animals are undoubtably adorable what exactly are they? Well it might surprise you to find out they are not related to monkeys, cats or weasels but are actually a relative of the raccoon!

Also related to Coatimundis, these tree dwelling mammals can often be heard calling in the nighttime canopies of the rainforest in Central America.

Get ready to meet the super cute Kinkajou!

Big thanks to everyone at Kids Saving the Rainforest for hosting the crew at this location. To find out more about their organization please visit their website -

*Kids Saving the Rainforest never lets the public touch or see the baby wildlife. We only do so when the filming is to educate, which is our mission. All wildlife caretakers were present during filming to guarantee the animal's well-being and assure to that they weren't under stress. Remember,  it is never acceptable to have a wild animal as a pet.

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