WATCH: Baby anteater stays close to his older brother

2018-11-18 20:23

Two babies in one year might be a handful for most mothers, but the Zoological Society of London zoo's tamandua Ria has had plenty of help with her latest offspring.

Tamanduas are a type of anteater found in South America that love to climb trees to find insect to munch on. Climbing on his older brother's back is good climbing practice for the new baby.

ALSO WATCH BELOW: Baby sloth is welcomed to London Zoo


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