What Is the Definition of Cacomistle?


A cacomistle is a small carnivorous raccoon-like mammal that is native to Central America. Its scientific name is Bassariscus sumichrasti and it has a black-banded tail. There are several species of this animal some of which include: Bassariscus astutus and Jentinkia sumichrasti.
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a carnivorous animal, Bassariscus astutus, of Mexico and the southwestern U.S., related to the raccoon but smaller, with a sharper snout and longer tail.
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a wild animal like a raccoon. Called also Jemtinki sumichrasti.
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Bassariscus refers to a genus of carnivorous mammals that comprises the cacomistles which are mostly found in Mexico and south western U. S. These animals are ...
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