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Pet Kinkajou

Kinkajous come in various sizes and there are7 subspecies. The bigger varieties of Kinkajous can reach up to 18 pounds in weight, and about 25 inches in body length. Kinkajous tails can be used when climbing because of their grasping capability, which can almost be up to 45 cm. they are primarily arboreal in nature, but anything goes in captivity. Kinkajous can twist their rear feet backwards, so that the clawed toes can be used when descending head-first. Their palms are bare-skinned and front paws are very sensitive. In water or small openings they often dip their front paws and lick the juice or food off their paws. They have poor vision, and can't sense differences in color, so they mainly rely on their well developed senses of smell and touch. They have no noticeable odor to humans although they have scent glands. Kinkajous also have a broad range of signal calls, from barks and shrill quavering screams to soft chatters. They can live up to 30 years of age.

Kinkajou baby in Canada

  • Name: Ray
  • Posted: 09/28/2020
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Washington

I have a baby Kinkajou that I am about to be putting on the bottle, picture is a past baby. I won't know the sex til then, it will be very tame, socialized and friendly like my past babies! I can ship to legal provinces once the baby is old enough....

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Baby Female Kinkajou

  • Name: CJG EXOTICS
  • Posted: 09/28/2020
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Florida

Baby female Kinkajou available soon. This baby is currently still with mom and will be pulled next week and hand raised. This baby would make an excellent educational zoo ambassador. Please inquire for price and details, serious inquiries only. We ar...

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Female kinkajou Available

  • Name: Christa
  • Posted: 09/25/2020
  • Phone: (954) 729 - 1554
  • Location: Florida
  • Website: treetopexotics.com

Hello! Welcome to Tree Top Exotics! our website is treetopexotics.com Today we have a famle Kinkajour available. She is and hand raised, she is still on the bottle. We are USDA and Florida Fish & Wildlife licensed. Our babies are always handled w...

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Baby Kinkajous

  • Name: World Exotics Inc.
  • Posted: 09/19/2020
  • Phone: 239-774-5031
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Florida
  • Website: www.worldexoticsinc.com

Baby kinks will be ready in 2-3 weeks. Please contact us via email. Thank you, World Exotics, Inc.

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Baby male kinkajou

  • Price: $2,800.00
  • Name: Leslie
  • Posted: 08/19/2020
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Louisiana

Baby male kinkajou for sale. $2800

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Kinkajou

  • Price: $2,000.00
  • Name: Robert
  • Posted: 08/19/2020
  • Phone: 3862168942
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Florida

Female Kink that is 1 1/2. Super friendly, will eat out of your hands but not super great with little children. Must have a class III and be located in Florida

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Kinkajou available at tree top exotics

  • Price: $2,500.00
  • Name: Christa Barker
  • Posted: 08/16/2020
  • Phone: (954) 729-1554
  • Location: Florida
  • Website: treetopexotics.com

Hello, we are TreeTopExotics and we specialize in exotic pets! We have a Male Kinkajou available. They'er hand raised and hand fed daily this makes them very friendly and use to human touch. They are soon ready to go to their new forever homes....

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Baby Kinkajou

  • Name: Even Keel Exotics
  • Posted: 08/12/2020
  • Phone: (734)807-1283
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Michigan
  • Website: https://www.evenkeelexotics.com/kinkajous/male-baby-deposit

Male baby kinkajou born 7/31/20, ready to go on 8/31/20. $2,800 USDA licensed with airline shipping or ground transportation available nationwide. Please call for more information!

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Baby Kinkajou

  • Price: $3,000.00
  • Name: Christian
  • Posted: 08/11/2020
  • Phone: 9852859631
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Florida

Baby Kinkajou in south Florida. Can meet between Miami and Gulfport MS this week. Please research kinkajous before contacting.

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Baby Kinkajou - Financing Available

  • Price: $3,500.00
  • Name: Exotic Pets & More Okeechobee
  • Posted: 08/11/2020
  • Phone: 863-484-8487
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Florida
  • Website: www.exoticpetsnmore.com

Baby Kinkajou male, born in April. Handled, cuddled and loved. Bottle fed and weaned. Ready for his forever home. Email any questions.

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Baby Kinkajou

  • Price: $3,000.00
  • Name: Christian
  • Posted: 08/10/2020
  • Phone: 2257269767
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Louisiana

Baby Kinkajou $3000 traveling between Miami and Mississippi this week. Can meet off the interstate. Please no calls unless you have researched kinkajous.

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Kinkajou 9 Month old female very sweet and used for educational program

  • Name: Todd Quinn
  • Posted: 08/06/2020
  • Phone: 18504806788
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Florida

She is a great animal good tempered will make great pet, breeder or educational animal.

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Baby Kinkajou male

  • Name: Niki
  • Posted: 08/03/2020
  • Phone: 214-240-1939
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Texas

We have 1 beautiful male Kinkajou baby that will be available in about 2 weeks. He is very sweet and started on a bottle. Will come with a starter kit. We are USDA licensed. We do not ship but can possibly help with setting up transport. Please te...

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Breeder sell out

  • Name: Edy
  • Posted: 08/01/2020
  • Phone: 4237210379
  • Location: Tennessee

Eurasian Lynx pair 6500 Caracal pair 7000 3 serval 2.1 8000 4 Bob cat pairs 10,000 2 pr fishing cats 13,000 3 artic fox 1800 2 pr kinkajous 4000 African porcupine f 500 Ease text or call 4237210379 . Animals are in Tennessee.

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Kinkajou

  • Price: 600(for both)
  • Name: Joyce
  • Posted: 07/30/2020
  • Email: Email Seller
  • Location: Florida

2 adult kinkajous. 1 female and one neutered male. $600 for both. Located in South Florida

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Breeding Kinkajous in Captivity

At 18 to 30 months a kinkajou is sexually mature. At about 1.5 years (about 18 months) Male kinkajous reach sexual maturity, females in 2.5 years (about 30 months). In approximately every three months the female kinkajou goes into heat. They give birth to only one or two cubs per year. The gestation period ranges from three to four months and more often only one cub is born at a time. In the wild they give birth between April and December, and they keep away from each other except when mating. The mating rite comprise of the male nipping and sniffing the female's lower chin and gorge. The male then stimulates the females by using the insides of his writs to rub her sides where he has an enlarged, protruding bone. The female also has this bone but on the male it is not covered with fur.

Kinkajous in captivity can give birth all through the year, to usually one cub and occasionally two. Breeding in captivity can last between 98 to 120 days. The cub is born in a dark den and with grayish hair, its ears and eyes closed, and a bare underside. In general one offspring is produced, but twins do occur occasionally.

Although they are primarily nocturnal and arboreal in the wild, in captivity they will fool around on the ground, and they will sleep well in the night if you spend a lot of time playing and socializing with them in the day. Kinkajous can make wonderful pets because they are beautiful animals, their personalities are sweet, often playful and yet docile. They are often kept in the house without a cage because they are not destructive animals. They are generally docile and quiet, and they have no noticeable odor. Because they are indolent and slow, especially after being woke from a sleep, they don’t particularly like rapid sudden movements. They are non-aggressive and gentle most of the time, although they can get wound up and become quite playful, and pounce on you from high places.

List of Kinkajou subspecies

There are seven subspecies of kinkajou:

  • Potos flavus chiriquensis
  • Potos flavus chapadensis
  • Potos flavus nocturnus
  • Potos flavus flavus
  • Potos flavus megalotus
  • Potos flavus meridensis
  • Potos flavus modestus

Kinkajous are indigenous to the warm humid lowland rainforests of south and Central America where temperatures range from the upper 70s to 100 degrees, their housing temperatures should never drop below 70 degrees Fahrenheit.

Housing kinkajous in captivity

During construction the floors of the cage of the floors should be covered with a solid material to prevent damage to the animals’ feet. Kinkajous have a high level of agility and learn by observation. The cages must be protected by key operated locks because they learn to open bolts and other closure devices. The cages must be able to withstand the climbing and digging, therefore it is advisable that the fence have a buried wire fitted at a 90 degree angle to the vertical to avoid the animals tunneling out. Outdoor enclosures must have a roof. If kept outdoors kinkajou should have limitless access to an indoor housing area because they are a tropical species.

Natural lighting is essential for this group of animal, with a regular day and night cycle. Kinkajous are nocturnal and will be most active after dusk. An appropriate form of ventilation must be provided if the animals are kept indoors. The drainage of outdoor enclosures must be able to quickly remove all excess water. Drains should be planned to keep away injuries to the animals, and positioned in a manner not to obstruct their movement. Other than drains that carry surface water, others should be outside the enclosure. Any fecal material must be disposed of in an environmentally sound manner. For indoor enclosures the substrate should be easily cleaned or changeable.

Kinkajous Diet

Fresh fruits and vegetables along with Zupreem monkey biscuits are the main part of a kinkajous diet. Other Treats include fig newton, dates or raisin and graham cracker may be given. Since they are classified as carnivores occasionally a person can add other protein sources such as small amounts of meat like chicken, eggs and hams. Bananas are their favorite fruit, but other fruits can be added. Many people also feed kinkajou with a variety of other foods and sweets in small doses but not chocolates. Citrus fruits are not a proper nutrition to the kinkajou. There is also belief that Kinkajous are allergic to strawberries.

Veterinary care

There are many susceptible diseases to the kinkajou. They need vaccines starting at the age of 6 weeks until about 16 weeks of age, and all the vaccines are boosted annually. They are vaccinated from various diseases such as;

Hepatitis, parvo and Canine distemper Feline panleukopenia LeptospirosisRabies

Internal parasites are a concern and routine fecal exams can give you an idea if they have picked up something that needs to be dealt with specifically. They can carry a specific type of round worm, Baylisascaris, which is very contagious to people and can cause brain and eye damage among other concerns. Because of this they you should be de-wormed regularly even if fecal tests come back negative. Their teeth suffer because of the high sugar contained which makes them build plaque and tartar easily. Regular teeth brushing also benefit them. Teaching a kinkajou to brush requires the same steps as that of a dog or cat.

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