Giant Anteater

Where can I see the Giant Anteater

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The Giant Anteater is one of the most unique creatures on Earth.

It lives in Central and South America and can weigh up to 65 pounds!

This large, brown animal has a very long snout which it uses to eat ants and termites.

It also has a long, bushy tail which helps it balance while walking on its hind legs.

Animal population
Unknown
Population
IUCN Classification
Vulnerable (VU)
IUCN Classification
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Geeky Facts about the Giant Anteater

Fact 1

Fhey feed on tiny termites and ants.

Fact 2

A giant anteater's tongue is 2 feet long and can flick in and out of its mouth 150 times per minute.

Fact 3

They have poor vision, but excellent hearing and sense of smell.

Tours where I can see the Giant Anteater

Colombia
Colombia

Colombia

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Colombia
Tour type
Tour Type
Small group
Activity level
Activity Level
4 - Demanding

12 days from

£2,195 / person

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