Central American Agouti
About the Central American Agouti
Up to 9 pounds
Seeds and fruits, and sometimes plants and fungi.
Agoutis often live in pairs, staying together most of their lives. Each pair establishes a territory with a few regularly used sleeping sites. They forage for seeds and nuts, saving food for later by burying nuts individually.
Median Life Expectancy:
Over 10 years in the wild