Mammals in the family Procyonidae, including the raccoon, kinkajou, olingo and other species.

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Gable's Raccoon World
Extensive information on raccoons and their natural history, care, feeding, rehabilitation into the wild, pest problems, photographs, stories and common myths.
Kinkajou
Information from Wikipedia on this species, Potos flavus, also known as the Honey Bear or Cat-monkey from South and Central America.
Living with Wildlife: Raccoons
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife provides information on raccoons and their interactions with humans.
Nasua narica: White-nosed Coati
Photograph, description, range, reproduction, behavior and conservation status, provided by the Animal Diversity Web.
Nasua nasua: South American Coati
Description, range, reproduction, behavior and conservation status, provided by the Animal Diversity Web.
Olingo
Information from Wikipedia on this group of arboreal procyonids in the genus Bassaricyon.
Potos flavus: Kinkajou
Description, range, reproduction, behavior and conservation status, provided by the Animal Diversity Web.
Procyon lotor
Extensive database providing information on the ecology, life history and status of the raccoon.
Procyonidae
About the raccoon family, which includes raccoons, cacomistles, coatimundis, kinkajous, and olingos.
Procyon lotor: Northern Raccoon
Facts about this mammal's range, habitat, physical traits, diet, reproduction, and behavior. Includes photographs.
Raccoon - theBigZoo.com
Raccoon (Procyon lotor) facts, photos and discussion board.
Ringtail (Bassariscus astutus)
Physical traits, habitat, diet, and reproduction of this species.
White-nosed Coati (Nasua narica)
Physical description and habits of this mammal. Includes a photo.
The World Wide Raccoon Web
An online resource for anyone interested in raccoons (Procyon lotor). It contains stories, facts and information, a bibliography of raccoon literature, and a library of raccoon images and sounds.
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