Stuffed Plush Anteaters you won't Forget
Anteaters are one of Nature's most amazing mammals.
We have now a new addition to our collection of stuffed
animals available for you, and we think you will love
this Cute as can Be Stuffed Plush Anteater.
Plush stuffed Anteaters made to Entertain
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Cool Stuff about Anteaters
Anteaters, sloths and armadillos are collectively
known as xenarthrans, they were previously known as
edentates. Armadillos and anteaters are insectivorous
meaning they eat mainly insects.
Anteaters and armadillos are some of nature's strangest
mammals. These mammals have special articulations which
are called xenarthrales, on the vertebrae of their lower
back. These provide extra support to the animals.
Anteaters have a long, tubular snout, armadillos have
a protective, armor like covering over their body,
sloths have a short, rounded head and long course fur.
You can find out more on our stuffed
stuffed sloth pages about these amazing
Giant anteaters reside in Central and South America.
They have long, course fur over their body which is
mostly gray with occasional black and white markings.
A giant anteater eats more than ants. They and all
anteaters eat just about any kind of insect they
can find, but mostly ants and termites.
They will rip open a nest and using their long tongue
which can reach up to 2 feet in length, reach into the
nest. Along the tongue are very small spines which excrete
a sticky substance which the insects get stuck to.
Giant anteaters can weigh up to 90 pounds and reach a
length of 6 1/2 feet.
The silky anteater resides in Central to northern
South America. Their fur is long and dense, a smoky
gray in color with a silver sheen and brown strip on
the side of the body.
Silky anteaters are small, only weighing up to 10 ounces
and are 6 to 8 1/2 inches long. They eat mostly tree ants.
The lesser anteater also called the Southern Tamandua
live in the north and east parts of South America. They
can weigh up to 19 pounds and reach lengths of 35 inches.
Tamanduas are a pale yellow in color with a black vest over
the shoulder, chest, sides and lower back, similar to
the skunk. You can find out more about skunks on our
stuffed skunk page.
The stuffed anteater shown above
is a Tamanduas.