Awww! What a little cutie pie!!
Marwell Wildlife in the UK is super excited about the birth of their first giant anteater.
The little pup, born to first time momma Chiquita, doesn't even have a name yet and only weighs a few pounds.
Giant anteaters, native to South America, are listed as Vulnerable on the International Union for Conservation of Nature's Red List of Threatened Species so this little babe is
He may be tiny now but just you watch! This cuteness will explode into GIANT CUTENESS!!!
The Warsaw Zoo is celebrating the newest addition to the anteater fam as he is the fourth little one to come from the zoo's mating pair.
Giant anteaters are born blind so they get to ride on mama's back. This not only provides easy and fun transportation, but also excellent camouflage.
But, this kiddie won't be a mama's boy for long. After 10 months, giant anteaters are fully independent.
Better make it last, Mom! They grow up FAST!
Hey there, Delilah!
Meet the newest addition to the Palm Beach Zoo's anteater family!
Delilah was born in October to Cruz and Odelia, adding to the zoo's second largest collection of anteaters in the Association of Zoos & Aquariums system.
We can't wait to see this cutie once she's in public eyes!
The Busch Gardens in Tampa have a new happy little one roaming around!
The little anteater weighs less than 5 pounds but it will grow to be around 100, just like mama Adelhi and papa Buddy.
Baby anteaters nurse from their mom's back for a YEAR while nursing for six months.
Talk about a mama's boy/girl!
Congrats to the new parents of this GORGEOUS babe!
First rhino and elephant tusk…now this?
The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals claims that Zimbabwean poachers are looking rare anteaters
And it's called Ketchup!!!! Ok, maybe not…LOLz!
Corndog, an anteater at Roger Williams Park Zoo, delivered her first child April 5th.
Staffers say the pup is healthy and Corndog gave birth right on schedule. The pup will stay on mama's back for most of its first year of life and soon, Corndog will be able venture around freely.
Giant anteaters are listed as a "vulnerable" species so seeing a babe from the resident female is good news for the zoo and the species!
Congratulations on being a new mama, Corndog!