Size of Kinkajou
|Weight||1.4-4.6 kg [1.4–4.6 kg (3–10 lb)]|
|Length||40-60 cm [40–60 cm (16–24 in); tail adds 40–60 cm (16–24 in)]|
|Lifespan||20-40 yrs [Up to 30 years in the wild; 20-40 years in captivity]|
The Kinkajou is a member of the chordata, It is a mammal that raises the next generation with female breast milk. In taxonomy, its phylum is Chordata, the class is Mammalia, and it belongs to the order Carnivora.
The Kinkajou belonged to the family Procyonidae, mainly distributed in Central-America, South-America. Their skin type is fur, and their bodies have multiple colors, mainly brown, gold. In addition, fruit, small mammals or insects are also foods that it often preys.Their main predators are humans.It is currently estimated that there are Deforestation.
The most distinctive feature of Kinkajou is long prehensile tail, which acts as a sort of third limb that can grip objects or branches..