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Transcript of Giant Anteaters
A giant anteater can get up to 7ft long. What color is it? What kind of body covering does it have? A giant anteater's body is covered by fur. How does it breathe? a giant anteater is usually grey with a dark tail. A giant anteater breathes with lungs. Is it born alive or in eggs? a giant anteater is born alive. How many babies do they have? A giant anteater usually has 2 babies. What are their young called? A giant anteaters young is called a cub. How do they travel? A giant anteater travels by walking. Where do they live?
Giant anteaters usually live in South America and Central America. Do they migrate or hibernate? Giant anteaters do not migrate or hibernate. Are they warm or cold blooded? Giant anteaters are warm blooded. Are they herbivores, carnivores, or omnivores? Giant anteaters are carnivores. How do they protect themselves? Habitat What do they eat? Giant anteaters eat ants and termites. Food Protection Giant anteaters covers themselves with their tails. They are also suprisingly fast. What is unusual about it? A giant anteater has a odd snout and no teeth. Unique Characteristics Is it endangered? Giant anteaters are threatened. They are hunted in South America because many think they kill dogs and cattle. Problems your animal faces Conclusion I like giant anteaters snouts. I dislike that you have to have a permit to keep them as a pet.