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  • n. Plural form of kinkajou.

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Examples

  • While kinkajous resemble primates, they are actually part of the raccoon family.

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  • At home she also had a skunk as well as two dogs, a fox, a white-wing trumpeter bird and two South American kinkajous.

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  • Then he found Crazy Zell, fresh off of an encounter with a pack of rabid kinkajous.

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  • He talks of his animals: the giant butterflies that he named after couturiers Dior, Schiaparelli and Chanel ( "the rather dull one in good taste"), the three boas, the parrots, the kinkajous, the ocelots, the ducks and deer and peacocks, the generations of dogs and cats and the four baby crocodiles a friend gave him, one of which "used to sleep in my bed and crawl across and rest his muzzle on my shoulder."

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  • First of all came the kinkajous, beautiful creatures of the weasel family, with glossy brown fur and long, prehensile tails.

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  • Here and there, however, where the cut narrowed somewhat the spreading branches of the great trees met overhead forming bridges that were utilized on occasions by the kinkajous, monkeys and other animals in crossing from one section of the jungle to the other.

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  • The Indians often spoke to us of a little nocturnal animal, with a long nose, which surprises the young parrots in their nests, and in eating makes use of its hands like the monkeys and the maniveris, or kinkajous.

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  • Inside, amid feces and squalor, they found more than 100 cats, nearly as many birds, an overweight raccoon, a fruit bat, two dogs and several kinkajous, raccoon-like creatures native to Central and South America.

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  • On Friday morning, police obtained a search warrant and entered the home, where they found hundreds of cats and birds, as well as several kinkajous -- a kind of raccoon-like creature native to Central and South America -- along with a fruit bat and a raccoon, the source said.

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