Anteater (noun)

A mammal found in Central and South America, known for its long snout and tongue used for feeding on ants and termites.

Origin:

Early 19th century, from ante- (ant) + eater.

Examples:

  1. The anteater has a long snout and a sticky tongue to help it catch ants and termites.
  2. Anteaters are found in Central and South America.
  3. The anteater is a mammal that belongs to the order Pilosa.
  4. Anteaters are known for their ability to eat up to 30,000 ants and termites per day.
  5. The anteater's tongue is covered in tiny hooks that help it catch ants and termites.
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