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2013-11-25 Rancho San Salvador (yuc), Mexico
Male. The brown color on the back of the neck indicates an older individual. The very young has uniformly dark brown fur. Not a species you see very often, though it is active both during day and night. Normally the species has a bright brown spot on the upper breast, but it doesn't look like this animal has it? A first for both Lori, Mark and me.