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Welcoming White-Nosed Coati Babies

Our Zoo is home to the first white-nosed coati births in about 7 years in a North American facility accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums.

A white-nosed coati receives an ultrasound

Exciting News About Our White-Nosed Coati Band

Our white-nosed coati habitats in Rainforest Revealed may be a little quieter over the next few weeks – but not for too long. Two of our female coatis, Sky and Rita, are pregnant!

Three women stand around a white-nosed coati about to undergo an x-ray.

Caring for our Aging Coati

Our eldest white-nosed coati, Katie, recently received gold bead implants, a type of acupuncture, to help relieve symptoms of arthritis.

White-nosed coati

Checking In With Our Coatis

We’re celebrating World Coati Day by taking a closer look at what our band of white-nosed coatis are up to these days.

Two white-nosed coati make their way out of a secure carrier

Growing Our Coati Band

Our white-nosed coati band is growing with the arrival of two new females!

Two coatis get to know each other.

Encouraging a More Natural Social Structure for Our Coatis

We are allowing our three younger coatis, or kits, to interact with our two older coati residents in a joint habitat in Rainforest Revealed.

Cardiologist Dr. Borde performs ultrasound on Agave the coatimundi

Checking Up on Agave

One of our young white-nosed coatis, Agave, recently received a diagnosis and treatment plan following collapsing episodes.

Katie Coati sits on one of her platforms.

Happy Sweet Sixteen to our Coati, Katie!

Happy Sweet Sixteen to Katie, one of our white-nosed coatimundis! We’re proud to note that Katie is the third oldest coatimundi (also called coati) in an Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) accredited facility.