Photographs of the new Kenneth E. Behring Family
Hall of Mammals
American Anteaters (Myrmecophaga tridactyla)
the shady forest floor, ants and termites are nearly everywhere.
This giant anteater mom, with baby on board, can lap up thousands
of these insects in a single day.
©Smithsonian Institution, 2003
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