Saturday, July 14, 2007



Coatís, along with toucans, are the symbol of Iguazú. While we didn't see any toucans, we did see over a dozen coatís. Most of the other animals in the selva avoid people, but coatís have learned to associate tourists with food. Since they're active during the day and unafraid of people, they're easy to see. We enjoyed watching a family cross a little waterfall on a vine.

Coatís are relatives of the raccoon.

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