WE HAVE JUVENILE KINKAJOU FOR SALE. HERE ARE SOME HIGHLIGHTS:
Juvenile Kinkajou are medium-sized (2.0 to 4.6 kg) with a thick and woolly, honey-brown pelage, though different color morphs have been observed in some regions (Ford and Hoffmann 1989).
They have elongated bodies with short legs, a rounded head with large eyes, a small muzzle, and round ears. A recent study on the basal metabolic rate (BMR) of carnivores, reported a BMR for kinkajous of 447.71 kJ/day (Munoz-Garcia and Williams 2005). Kinkajous are particularly well known for hanging upside-down while feeding, using their prehensile tail and hind legs for support while holding small fruits in a one-handed grasp (McClearn 1992).
Moreover Little sexual dimorphism exists between males and females; however, males are known to have slightly larger canines and minor differences in skull morphology (Ford and Hoffmann 1988).
When kinkajous are in human care they can be quite long-lived. This is because they are safe from predators, and have access to medical care. Also The average lifespan of a kinkajou in captivity is 23 years. The oldest recorded kinkajou was a 40 years old male named Sugar Bear at the Honolulu zoo.
- Average Life Span Is Up To 25 Years
- Originating In The Tropics Of Mexico And South America Ranging From The East And South Of The Sierra Madres And Central To Southern Mexico Coasts On To Beni, Bolivia, And Deep Into Brazil
- Can Reach Lengths Up To 16-30 Inches About The Size Of A House Cat
- Females Will Bear 1-2 Young At A Time
- With Proper Care, These Mammals Can Live Up To 23-25 Years In Captivity
- This Species Is Related To The Racoon And Is Not a part Of The Primate Family
- They Have A Prehensile Tail Which Means Its Able To Wrap Around Tree Limbs And Grasp Them Firmly To Balance Or Hang From
- These Are Amazing Animals With Docile And Playful Temperaments That Are Always Up For Cuddling And Climbing Around
- Grow To The Size Of A Small House Cat, 3 To 7 Lbs (1 To 3 Kg)