Either of two tiny carnivorous animals (Galictis vittata or G. cuja) of Central and south usa, having grizzled fur, a slender human body, and brief legs.
a little, South American carnivorous mammal, of the genus Galictis, somewhat resembling a weasel
a-south United states animal of household Mustelidae (Galictis vittata). It's about two legs long, unique associated with the end. Its under parts are black colored. Also called Southern American glutton.
A South United states monkey (Lagothrix infumatus), reported to be gluttonous.
An animal associated with the genus Galictis, G. vittata or Guiana marten, a plantigrade carnivorous quadruped for the subfamily Mustelinœ, inhabiting South America. It really is created by J. E. Gray the sort of a genus Grisonia. See cut-under Galictis.
A kind of sapajou, the Lagothrix canus of Geoffroy.
carnivore of Central America and South America resembling a weasel with a greyish-white as well as dark underparts