Kingdom Deer (Animalia)


Wirebacks (Chordata)
Ilk Suckledeer (Mammalia)
Overshift Nighlithdeer (Xenarthra)
Shift Armtoothdeer (Pilosa)
Kin Anteaters (Myrmecophagidae)
Kind Antbears (Myrmecophaga)
Erd Antbear (Myrmecophaga tridactyla)

The Antbear is a nighlithdeer of the anteater kin found in Middle and South Emmericksland. It is the stourest of the four erds of anteater and is, together with sloths, inheld in the Armtooth Shift. It is a mostly landdwelling deer, unlike its closest sibs which are treedwellers. It is about 3 feet long and weighs up to 90 pounds. It is eathly undershed by its long snout and outstanding fur layout. Antbears have long claws on their forefeet which make it walk on its knuckles.

It is found in many sundry livingturfs from barelands to wealds. It chooses to umbseek in open loft loughs, but brooks wealds and wetter swathes to rest and wield its body heat. It is also dow to swim in wide eas. Its hunters inhold stour catkin such as the jaguar and barrowlee, and its young may be hunted by birds of hunt. Although the turf of onelings often overlap, it mostly chooses to live lonelily, being found with others only in times of wooing of does or in fights between bucks and does caring for their young.Its mouth is onwended to its besundered feeding of ants and whiteants brooking its claws to dig into anthills and whiteanthills and its tung to gather the bugs, though in fangness it may also be fed with ground meat, eggs, and fodder.

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