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January 08, 2007

Aardvark Turns 110 Years Old

posted by MR WAVETHEORY at 1/08/2007 12:04:00 PM
The aardvark doesn't look a day over 20! I checked Wikipedia, "Aardvarks can live to be over 24 years old in captivity." This aardvark has really beaten the odds. Either that or the the material on Wikipedia is questionable.

Aardvark (Afrikaans for "earth pig") is the common name for a burrowing, ant-eating mammal. The aardvark is found throughout much of Africa, from the southern part of Egypt to the Cape of Good Hope. A primarily nocturnal animal, it lives in burrows and feeds on ants and termites, occasionally eating other insects, the fat mouse, and a species of wild ground cucumber.

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