Where Do Anteaters Live?

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The main habitat for anteaters is the Amazon basin. They live in the wet and dry forests that are found in northern South America. Usually, the ant eater attacks an insect nest and feeds for a few minutes. It can as well occur in tropical savannas and forests especially in the southern Mexico, Paraguay or northern Argentina.
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Anteaters usually live in tropical dry forests, rain forests, grasslands and savannas. It is a solitary animal, found in many habitats. It feeds mainly on ants and termites.
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