- n. Plural form of tamandua.
“Amazonian Indians sometimes use tamanduas as natural exterminators to rid their homes of ants and termites.”
“Toothless tamanduas use their 16-inch 40 cm-long tongue to eat up to 9,000 ants a day!”
“Tyrannosaurs, terror birds, touracos and tamanduas: the hottest news in vertebrate palaeontology.”
“The others were in terror of attacks from the _onça pintada_ (_felis onça_) or spotted jaguar of Brazil, and of the _terrivel tamanduas bandeira_, a toothless pachyderm, with a long and hairy tail, long nails, and powerful arms, the embrace of which is said to be sufficient to kill a man, or even a jaguar, so foolish as to endeavour wrestling with it.”
“Baby tamanduas first explore the world perched safely on mom’s back.”
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