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Animals of Bolivia Poster Print

Bolivia is a landlocked country with a diverse landscape that includes mountains, jungles, forests, grasslands, savannas, and salt flats. The country hosts nearly 300 mammal species as well as over 1,400 bird species. Many animals commonly associated with Bolivia include the llama, the guanaco and the alpaca. Species included: BLACK CAIMAN Melanosuchus niger • BLACK HOWLER MONKEY Alouatta caraya • BRAZILIAN PORCUPINE Coendou prehensilis • BRAZILIAN RAINBOW BOA Epicrates cenchria • BROWN- THROATED SLOTH Bradypus variegatus • CAPYBARA Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris • COCOI HERON Ardea cocoi • COLLARED PECCARY Pecari tajacu • EMPEROR TAMARIN Saguinus imperator • GIANT ANTEATER Myrmecophaga tridactyla • GIANT ARMADILLO Priodontes maximus • GIANT RIVER OTTER Pteronura brasiliensis • HARPY EAGLE Harpia harpyja • HYACINTH MACAW Coscoroba coscoroba • JAGUAR Panthera onca • JAGUARUNDI Puma yagouaroundi • KINKAJOU Potos flavus • MANED WOLF Chrysocyon brachyurus • MARGAY Leopardus wiedii • MARSH DEER Blastocerus dichotomus • OCELOT Leopardus pardalis • SOUTH AMERICAN COATI Nasua nasua • SOUTH AMERICAN TAPIR Tapirus terrestris • SOUTHERN CRESTED CARACARA Caracara plancus plancus • SOUTHERN TAMANDUA Tamandua tetradactyla • TOCO TOUCAN Ramphastos toco FREE SHIPPING IN THE US

Kinkajou – Signed Fine Art Print


Information about the Kinkajou:

The Kinkajou - also called the "Honey Bear (a common name it shares with the Sun Bear of Malaysia) if found in the tropical rainforests from Central America to Bolivia east of the Andes and the Atlantic Forest of southeastern Brazil. It is the only member of the genus Potos. When fully grown the Kinkajou weighs 3–10 pounds (1.4–4.6 kg.) with of a length 16–24 inches (40–60 cm) along with the tail length the animal is another 16–24 inches long (40–60 cm.) The kinkajou's slender five-inch tongue helps to obtain fruit and to lick nectar from flowers, so that it sometimes acts as a pollinator. (Nectar is also sometimes obtained by eating entire flowers.) Although captive specimens will avidly eat honey (hence the name "honey bear"), honey has not yet been observed in the diet of wild kinkajous. While the Kinkajou is not considered endangered, it is threatened by habitat loss and deforestation.

The poster is printed on matte, museum-quality paper with Giclée printing quality:

• Paper thickness: 10.3 mil • Paper weight: 5.6 oz/y² (192 g/m²) • Opacity: 94% Buy a Digital Download

Stock Art Drawing of a Kinkajou

Medium: Pen and ink line art illustration. Color image has been digitally tinted. Suggested usage: books, magazines, brochures and similar. Size: (B&W) 2400 x 1633 pixels @ 300dpi 2.32 mb JPEG File / (Color) 2400 x 1723 pixels @ 300dpi 3.90 mb JPEG Buy a Signed Print