This is a South-American Coati (Nasua nasua) seen inside the rainforest of Kabalebo. It was seen standing on some branches before it disappeared into the dense forest. This is the first photo that I managed to take from this mammal.
When I spotted this little fellow for the first time, the only thing that came across my mind was that he was covered in white spots and streaks. In the old edition of the bird book, it was identified as the Lineated Woodcreeper, but after some years the name changed into Guianan Woodcreeper. I don't think it bothered him at all, as long as he can find some decent food.
A very beautiful snake; the Common Parrot Snake (Leptophis ahaetulla ahaetulla). It was seen resting on top of this banister. There was a branch hanging low over it so that is how he found his way down. Didn't do much except sticking his tongue out from time to time.
I have heard the Cinereous Antshrike countless times and several times I have seen them via a binocular, but this is the first time that the male was posing several seconds for me. I was following a mixed flock and while photographing some members of the flock, he just appeared from behind the bushes unannounced. He made my day.