Wild & Weird: Ringtails Caught on Borderland Cameras
While some folks may call them ringtail cats and others think they look like lemurs, ringtails are in fact related to coatis and raccoons, not felines or primates. They're the official state mammal of Arizona and even make an appearance on the state's driver's licenses.
These small, nocturnal and painfully cute critters have oversized eyes and ears for finding their favorite foods at night: fruit, lizards, insects, snakes, birds (and birds' eggs), mice and squirrels.
Take a look at our new footage of three adorable ringtails in the Southwest wilds on Facebook or YouTube.