Look at this friendly guy. It’s easy to see why people would call this sweetheart a honey bear!
Kinkajous belong to the Procyonidae family, and are therefore related to raccoons and coatis. According to Wikipedia’s kinkajou article, the kinkajou is a nocturnal mammal living in Central and South American rainforests. They have two coats: a golden outer coat, covering a grey one underneath. A full-grown kinkajou will reach weigh anywhere between 3 to 10 lbs.
Found here: Blue ‘n Gold: Osito the Kinkajou