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Tamanduas at the Houston Zoo (1968)

KPRC-TV

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In this news segment for Houston’s KPRC-TV, a Houston Zoo keeper explains how to care for a baby southern tamandua. Also known as the collared or lesser anteater, southern tamanduas are a largely nocturnal species commonly found in South America. According to the Houston Zoo website, keepers continue to hold meet-and-greets with the animal in regularly scheduled “Tamandua Talks.”