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 The anteater is the smallest and least-known member of the african “Slayr” genus. The anteater was originally mostly found in the central parts of Southern Africa later moving north to Europe, specifically the United Kingdom. It is not rare, but is difficult to spot because it is mostly nocturnal, spending most of it’s time high in the  mountains, forests or relaxing near running water. It is also exquisitely camouflaged, it’s mottled yellowish brown skin matching both the colour and the texture of fibrous seed masses produced by the slick-cotton tree. The African aartvark_  belongs to a different mammalian order, yet, like the anteater, it has a tubular muzzle for eating ants and the two are often classified as the same.

But also they are known to make art, sell art and generally maintain good day to day energy on planet earth.

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