Giant Anteater, As An Animal In Safari Village, Of Wildlife Safari, As A Nature Theme Park Location, Winton, Oregon

Briefly Visible
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The Giant Anteater was a very shy animal and would only come out briefly as feeding time neared.


Giant Anteater external link (Myrmecophaga tridactyla)   •  As Animals   •  In Safari Village internal link   •  Found In The Wildlife Safari internal link   •  In Winston, Oregon external link   •  (Date Photographed: 15:04:00 Thursday 24 September 2015)   •  (Date Published: Thursday 2 February 2017)   •  © 2017 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #C15_4454
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Emerged Again
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The Giant Anteater had retreated back into its pen. A few moments later it emerged again.


Giant Anteater external link (Myrmecophaga tridactyla)   •  As Animals   •  In Safari Village internal link   •  Found In The Wildlife Safari internal link   •  In Winston, Oregon external link   •  (Date Photographed: 15:04:31 Thursday 24 September 2015)   •  (Date Published: Thursday 2 February 2017)   •  © 2017 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #C16_4554
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Turned Back To Camera
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The Giant Anteater turned again and headed back into its pen. From behind you could see its long furry tail.


Giant Anteater external link (Myrmecophaga tridactyla)   •  As Animals   •  In Safari Village internal link   •  Found In The Wildlife Safari internal link   •  In Winston, Oregon external link   •  (Date Photographed: 15:04:35 Thursday 24 September 2015)   •  (Date Published: Thursday 2 February 2017)   •  © 2017 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #C15_4556
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And Again It Emerged
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The Giant Anteater walked out again. Its front feet moved oddly because they were actually folded claws for tearing up bark.


Giant Anteater external link (Myrmecophaga tridactyla)   •  As Animals   •  In Safari Village internal link   •  Found In The Wildlife Safari internal link   •  In Winston, Oregon external link   •  (Date Photographed: 15:05:16 Thursday 24 September 2015)   •  (Date Published: Thursday 2 February 2017)   •  © 2017 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #C15_4562
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And It Turned Again
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And yet again the Giant Anteater turned to retreat back into its pen.


Giant Anteater external link (Myrmecophaga tridactyla)   •  As Animals   •  In Safari Village internal link   •  Found In The Wildlife Safari internal link   •  In Winston, Oregon external link   •  (Date Photographed: 15:05:23 Thursday 24 September 2015)   •  (Date Published: Thursday 2 February 2017)   •  © 2017 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #C15_4566
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The Sign
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The sign for the Giant Anteater told the visitor everything one would ever need to know about Giant Anteaters, except their odd behavior in captivity. To understand that, one must talk to one of the park workers.


Giant Anteater external link (Myrmecophaga tridactyla)   •  As Animals   •  In Safari Village internal link   •  Found In The Wildlife Safari internal link   •  In Winston, Oregon external link   •  (Date Photographed: 15:06:25 Thursday 24 September 2015)   •  (Date Published: Thursday 2 February 2017)   •  © 2017 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #C15_4569
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