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Dwarf Anteater

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Dwarf Anteater 







The dwarf anteater flees into the trees. 


I. The Starting Line


Welcome to the world of the Anteater! My journey of the anteaters gave me many details. I chose this animal because I thought it might get rid of the ants. I am on a frenzy because of ants.




II. Family History

       The giant anteater is related to many different anteaters. New Born's must ride on the mothers back to protect the baby from attacks or fights. If an anteater is injured another one comes and takes its ants. The giant anteater eats 35,000 ants a day.                                                                           The giant anteater eats 35,000 ants a day         


III. All about me!


     Wonder what the anteater looks like.The anteater has many features. It has a small tail, yellow and gray fur, and a snout next time you see an anteater it will have ants in its mouth.


The spinny anteater has over thousands of spikes on its body.



IV. Where am I


      Want to find this anteater well look at a map or globe in South America. The anteater lives in a simple part of rainforest. It lives in both the understory and forestfloor. Take a trip and see one for yourself.


V. Lunch time!


     Do you dislike ants well this anteater  will get rid of them. Anteaters eat about 35,000 ants a day. It gets a meal by riping open a nest of ants put its tongue in than out so it won't get

 bitten. So long ants.


VI. Friend or Foe


     The anteaters foes are obviously ants. The anteaters favorite breakfeast, lunch and dinner is ants it won't stop eating ants.


VII. Protection

                                                                                                                                                The Anteater stands on its hielegs to attack nests.                                                                          

     The way the anteater protects is it runs from battle hoping to still have its life. It uses its tiny claws in combat but only on smaller animals. In a battle with a giant animal it has no match againest it.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             


VIII. Reproduction  


     When an anteater has babies as they call them cubs. The anteater no longer hunts itself it hunts for the cub.The eats about few hundred. The cub has to sit on the mothers back.


IX. Friendship


     If you travel to South America the chances are high you see an anteater. if you approach an anteater with ants it will gooble them right up. If in battle it will attack anything including you.



An anteater uses its long tongue to get its meals.



X. Population 


     The population of the anteater is high. they are rare. They are not an endangered species thank gob. Never threaten this creature.


XI. Bed time


     By the time the anteater is sleeping is when it has eaten milions of ants. Everytime its stomach is full it just has to sleep. If the ant eater had a meal of army ants or termites it cant sleep.


XII. Habitats


    The way an anteater has addapted it keeps warm with its fur. It gets tired on the mountains because it is hot and dusty. Sometimes it finds a meal of ants on the way and sits there having a great meal of ants.


XIII. Habits


     The number one habit of the anteaters is eating ants. It wont stop eating ants! It is cool how fast it eats them. No more ants ever again!


XIV. Your Interesting 


    The charateristics of the anteater are eating ants, climbing trees, and fleeing from battle. One day, just one day go to the rain forest and find an anteater.


XV. Finish 


     We have finally reached the end. I hope these details have helped you get a better understanding of the Dwarf Anteater. NO MORE ANTS IN YOUR PANTS! 

Comments (9)

Marlon M said

at 9:07 am on Apr 22, 2010

not so bad ray. you try'd your best that's what matters

William C said

at 9:07 am on Apr 22, 2010

nice work
the anteater is very cool to me

Nicholas M said

at 9:12 am on Apr 22, 2010


Hannah R said

at 9:14 am on Apr 22, 2010

ray i like how you didn't use the word hate on lunch time.

Hannah R said

at 9:15 am on Apr 22, 2010

ray i like how you didn't use the word hate on lunch time.from henry

Amanda B said

at 9:15 am on Apr 22, 2010

nice job ray....it was really detailed. and i love the pictures!! :)

Hannah R said

at 9:16 am on Apr 22, 2010

Nice pics.=)HR/DR

Tara B said

at 8:55 am on Apr 23, 2010

=] nice job and i liked the pics

Lea A said

at 7:12 pm on Apr 26, 2010

very very very very very very very very very very good Job

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