Tamanduá-bandeira (Myrmecophaga tridactyla)

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    Myrmecophaga tridactyla photographed in "Pantanal" biome, Brazil, in June 2011.

    1. Piet Grobler 46 months ago | reply

      Wow!!! What a find and what a wonderful photo of this strange animal. That bushy tail is spectacular!!

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    2. Sinara Conessa 45 months ago | reply

      Muito chique!!!! Linda!!!!

    3. EncyclopediaOfLife 40 months ago | reply

      Encyclopedia of Life curator Leo Shapiro has trusted your image on the EOL site

    4. rachelgreenbelt 3 months ago | reply

      We would like to use your excellent photo for the non-profit, non-commercial SignTyp project at www.SignTyp.uconn.edu, which is working to create sign language picture dictionaries for 15 different sign languages around the world. Some cropping or highlighting of your photo might be needed. If you do not want this, please Flickr-email to rachelgreenbelt, so that we can remove your work from our project. If the picture is used, it will be credited with a link back to your photo. Thank you, Rachel Channon for the SignTyp Project at the University of Connecticut

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