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Giant Anteater (Myrmecophaga tridactyla) - by Réjôme

Giant Anteater (Myrmecophaga tridactyla)

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DIY – Ant Poison

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21 Facts That Prove Giant Anteaters Are Secretly The Coolest Animals On The Planet

21 Facts That Prove Giant Anteaters Are Secretly The Coolest Animals On The Planet

Beneath this dopey exterior lies a finely-tuned ant eating machine.

ZWF on Instagram: “Giant anteaters have been around for 25 million years, and we hope that they can nose their way into the next million! 🐜 • • #giantanteater…”

ZWF on Instagram: “Giant anteaters have been around for 25 million years, and we hope that they can nose their way into the next million! 🐜 • • #giantanteater…”

10.1k Likes, 35 Comments - ZWF (@zwfmiami) on Instagram: “Giant anteaters have been around for 25 million years, and we hope that they can nose their way…”

Frans Lanting on Instagram: “Photo by @FransLanting This is one of the most unusual animals I have worked with yet. South America’s giant anteater is designed to eat…”

40.5k Likes, 421 Comments - Frans Lanting (@franslanting) on Instagram: “Photo by @FransLanting This is one of the most unusual animals I have worked with yet. South…”

The Giant Anteater Carries On, 25 Million Years and Counting (Video) #The #Giant #Anteater #Carries #On  #25 #Million #Years #and #Counting #Insects #Nature

The Giant Anteater Carries On, 25 Million Years and Counting (Video) #The #Giant #Anteater #Carries #On #25 #Million #Years #and #Counting #Insects #Nature

The giant anteater’s sense of smell is 40x more powerful than ours.

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The giant anteater’s sense of smell is 40x more powerful than ours.

The Giant Anteater

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