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(WTSP)   Old and busted: Chupacabra sightings. New hotness: Coati sightings   (wtsp.com) divider line 11
    More: Florida, Zephyrhills, chupacabra, sightings, Pasco County Sheriff's Office  
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2013-11-01 09:33:36 AM
Those are cute little critters.  i saw one in Mexico a few months ago.
 
2013-11-01 09:40:50 AM
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2013-11-01 09:51:40 AM
When the deputies got to the 37,000 block of Dunbar Avenue, they saw the creature...

That is one long street.
 
2013-11-01 11:06:10 AM
From wiki: "also known as Brazilian aardvarks, Mexican tejón or moncún, hog-nosed coons, pizotes, Panamanian gatosolos, crackoons, and snookum bears,"

Snookum bears! That's a great freakin name!
 
2013-11-01 11:07:01 AM
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It are Cotiday?
 
2013-11-01 12:36:23 PM
I like coatis. They don't turn out to be dogs or coyotés that died of the mange.

And they are cute as the Dickens, like somebody crossed a cat with a possum.
 
2013-11-01 01:24:38 PM

phyrkrakr: From wiki: "also known as Brazilian aardvarks, Mexican tejón or moncún, hog-nosed coons, pizotes, Panamanian gatosolos, crackoons, and snookum bears,"

Snookum bears! That's a great freakin name!


wow... just... wow...
 
2013-11-01 02:27:21 PM
I like Coatis as well.   The ones I came across in Costa Rica were rather friendly, yet gentle.  They'd always show up around dinner time but wouldn't ever come inside the house.   They'd wait outside in hopes we'd toss them a few scraps from the table.
 
2013-11-01 03:39:25 PM

phyrkrakr: From wiki: "also known as Brazilian aardvarks, Mexican tejón or moncún, hog-nosed coons, pizotes, Panamanian gatosolos, crackoons, and snookum bears,"

Snookum bears! That's a great freakin name!


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2013-11-01 03:52:01 PM
I read that as coatl and thought...

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or...

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either of which would be cool, but... oh, well.

/stupid cute animals
 
2013-11-02 12:41:34 AM
Exotic my azz. Those things are Tucson natives.

As in yes, they are found naturally in North America.
 
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