Wagging Wednesday

Did you know the giant anteater has a tongue that can be pushed more than two feet past its snout?  The giant anteater can move this tongue up to 150 times PER MINUTE.  This is important for the giant anteater, because they eat around 30,000 ants and termites each day.  Cheeky!

Join us on Wagging Wednesdays to learn about all kinds of creatures (even if they don’t have a cool tail like Libby).

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