Couple Keep Mischievous Kinkajou As Pet | CUTE AS FLUFF

Couple Keep Mischievous Kinkajou As Pet | CUTE AS FLUFF
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DESPITE her long curly tail and excellent climbing skills, this animal is neither a monkey or a lemur. Stella from Florida, USA is a kinkajou, a rainforest mammal native to Central and South America. This exotic animal may not be your first choice for a pet, however it was for Justin and Samantha Powell.

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Videographer / director: Justin Powell
Producer: Shannon Lane, Ruby Coote
Editor: Sonia Estal

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  1. It's amazing how many people leave comments telling others what to do.  Believe it or not, it is not your business to tell people what kind of pet they should have.  The kinkajou in this video is well cared for and that should be what matters.

  2. i heard they can release strong scents from their glands. can't be trained, and prefer night time, im assuming its de scented some how

  3. I saw this animal featured on an episode of a show called Wild Kratts ; saying that it is a "pollinator" that likes to suck the nectar from flowers, which is why it has such long skinny tongue to get into the flowers to eat. 🙂

  4. She most certainly is CUTE. But, I gave this video a thumbs down because of the high maintenance required in having a Kinkajou for a pet. Not that the video itself was bad. Wishing you many Blessings………….from Weirton, WV/USA.

  5. I have a farm here in Belize and it has a lot of those cutties since its a nice rain forest patch… but there are endangered since a lot of Guatemalans like to eat them. They howl at night. If you don't know it's them you'd be scared bad. They really love wild fruits.

  6. Kinkajou's are adorable and look very simular to our Australian Brush Tail possums , although the tail isn't hairy like our Brushy's the body shape and face look simular and even its nocturnal life and its love of sweet fruit is simular .

  7. Wasn't it a kinkajou, in a fourth season episode of ZOO, apparently being passed off as the pet mink (or, maybe, pine marten) of some French-Canadian hermit in New Brunswick?

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