The Varmints! podcast takes another look at those weird and wonderful aardvarks on today’s rerun. We “dig” these giant insectivores and we know you will too! Enjoy!
“I”m an aardvark, strong and freeeeee… Zzzzz.”
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Aardvarks are a “keystone” species because their burrows provide homes for lots of other animals. Here is a video courtesy of YouTube user 5050 Community that will tell you all about it. We are placing it here at the time when they begin to discuss their burrows, but we encourage you to watch the whole thing.
Aardvarks in the wild eat a LOT of bugs (and we mean a LOT), but this is not possible to manage in a zoo. How do they manage them in captivity? Turns out they are pretty easy to care for, here’s a great piece from Zutrition.com that will tell you all about it.
Did you know Arthur on PBS is an aardvark? Go figure! Here’s the theme song, courtesy of YouTube user DCPFAN.
Just how many ants does it take to make a good sandwich anyway? Video courtesy of YouTube user Wouter Verboom.
It takes 200,000 ants just to make a decent sandwich!