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anteater

any of a group of ant-eating mammals that includes the spiny anteater, scaly anteater, Cape anteater (aardvark), and marsupial anteater.

anteater

1. giant anteater, see edentate.
2. spiny anteater, see echidna.
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Assistant curator Jay Haywood said: "The bigger trailers are easier for us to use as not only do they hold more waste Anteater Romy gets stuck in one go, but we're also able to wheel it up a ramp which folds down at the back and tip it straight in.
Now, research supported by the zoo points to another major factor in the demise of giant anteaters - road deaths.
The Anteater used to be anxious about the Lynx because she felt that the Lynx was handsome.
Giant anteaters are historically hunted for food in all their territorial distribution, and such practice is part of the culture of some indigenous peoples (MIRANDA & MEDRI, 2010).
We have said hola to quite a few new arrivals in this enclosure recently including a baby anteater, Darwin's rhea chicks and now four capybara babies.
Oregon is hosting UC Irvine for the third year in a row and needed overtime to win 69-67 last season after beating the Anteaters 91-63 in 2013.
When the anteater opens, throw the stones and crystals at his stomach until he dies.
She said: "Tree-climbing anteaters are most active in the mornings and evenings, making Zoo Lates the perfect opportunity for visitors to see Tammy scaling the branches and investigating her home.
Manila: The Philippine Coast Guard found 400 boxes of frozen anteaters in the cargo section of a Chinese vessel that ran aground last week on Tubbataha Reef, a protected marine sanctuary in southwestern Philippines, a senior official said.
Summary: Manila: The Philippine coast guard said Monday it had found hundreds of frozen scaly anteaters, .
Some scientists thought Ernanodon was an ancient relative of modern armadillos and anteaters, whereas other scientists thought Ernanodon was more closely related to a group of African and Asian ant-eating mammals known as pangolins or "scaly anteaters.
The new study concluded that Ernanodon was a closer relative of pangolins than armadillos and anteaters, but that it represents a very early side branch of the pangolin family tree.