3 edition of Kinkajous found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||QL737.C26 P48 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009025654|
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A chapter on the kinkajou's body discusses its size, appearance, and special features, such as its backward-turning feet, extra-long tongue, and prehensile tail. Other chapters cover its. Kinkajous also eat fruit and small mammals, which they snare with their nimble front paws and sharp claws.
They roam and eat at night, and return each morning to sleep in previously used tree holes. This Kinkajous book introduces young readers to the Chartreux cat, an orange-eyed, very old breed. Engaging, easy-to-read text invites students to examine this Author: Kristin Petrie.
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Kinkajous perform 'Bear of Paradise' live from Old Granada Studios. See All. Photos. See All. See More Followers: K. Works Cited "Kinkajou | Mammal." Encyclopedia Britannica opedia Britannica, n.d. Web.
10 Mar. "Kinkajou (Potos Flavus) - Biology B Final Project.". Get this from a library. Kinkajous. [Kristin Petrie] -- Explore the kinkajou's appearance, habitat, diet, life cycle, and predators.
Kinkajou definition is - a nocturnal arboreal omnivorous mammal (Potos flavus) found from Mexico to South America that is related to the raccoon and has a long .