The kinda interesting part of all this is that the agouti is a scatter hoarder. So like a squirrel might bury an acorn the agouti bury the palm fruits. And then, they dig them up and move them and bury them again. And again. And then the neighboring agouti might come along and dig them up, steal them and re-bury them somewhere else. This can honestly go on a couple dozen times before they are eaten. But with the fruit only ripening for about 4 months of the year, they need those buried seeds to get them through. So the tree feeds the agouti and the agouti disperses the seeds for the tree. This is known as mutualism.
And finally, my blog software is not working well at all right now so sadly I am going to have to put the photo of the agouti as a separate posting.