Quati (Nasua nasua) from Tupi language “pointy nose”, also known as Coati is a species from Amazon, Atlantic Forest, Cerrado, Pantanal biomes. Quatis are diurnal animals, and they live both on the ground and in trees. They typically live in the forest.They are omnivorous and primarily eat fruit, invertebrates, other small animals and bird’s eggs. Quatis search for fruit in trees high in the canopy, and use their snouts to poke through crevices to find animal prey on the ground. They also search for animal prey by turning over rocks on the ground or ripping open logs with their claws.