Giant anteater - Giant Anteaters are native to Central and South America. Their amazing tongues are typically 60 cm (24 inches) long, covered in backward-curving papillae and coated in thick, sticky saliva

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Giant anteater - Giant Anteaters are native to Central and South America. Their amazing tongues are typically 60 cm (24 inches) long, covered in backward-curving papillae and coated in thick, sticky saliva

bengaly:  And now I enter in history as being the first human being in this whole world who made a reference for giant anteater colours.  Read More

bengaly: And now I enter in history as being the first human being in this whole world who made a reference for giant anteater colours. Read More

Giant anteater searching for termites, Pantanal, Brazil © Frans Lanting

Giant anteater searching for termites, Pantanal, Brazil © Frans Lanting

Look at this tongue. It’s two feet long. | 21 Facts That Prove Giant Anteaters Are Secretly The Coolest Animals On The Planet

Look at this tongue. It’s two feet long. | 21 Facts That Prove Giant Anteaters Are Secretly The Coolest Animals On The Planet

Giant anteater legs look like pandas… like look at me, psh I walk all over pandas.

Giant anteater legs look like pandas…

Giant anteater legs look like pandas… like look at me, psh I walk all over pandas.

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