The world's newest species, the olinguito, is the smallest member of the raccoon family and has thick, woolly fur, according to the Smithsonian Institute.
Here are some more facts about the olinguito:
Diet: The animal mainly eats fruit, but may also eat some insects and nectar.
Behaviour: Olinguitos are solitary animals that live in trees and are mostly nocturnal. It is an adept jumper that can leap from tree to tree in the forest canopy. Mothers raise a single baby at a time.
Habitat: It is found only in cloud forests of the northern Andes Mountains.
Range: They live in Ecuador and Colombia around 5,000 to 9,000 feet above sea level.
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