Numbat - aka Banded Anteater or Marsupial Anteater  This Australian marsupial mainly eats termites or ‘white ants’ with its very long sticky tongue. This gentle and squirrel-like solitary animal is active by day, each numbat having its own home range. At night they sleep in a hollow log or under fallen timber.  CAN READ MORE INSIDE ~~

NUMBAT (Myrmecobius fasciatus) ©Sharon Wormleaton The numbat, also called the Banded Anteater or marsupial anteater, This Australian marsupial mainly eats termites or ‘white ants’ with its very long.

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