| ||About Aardvarks|
The name comes from Afrikaans (derived from Dutch) for ‘Earth Pig’ or ‘Ground Pig’ (aarde earth/ground, varken pig).
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It is not related to the pig or South American anteater, but the elephant / elephant shrew.
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Its colour is pale yellow/grey, but is frequently stained red by the earth that it digs.
Aardvarks are nocturnal, doing things while you relax, like Aardvark Action Marketing.
It is found in sub-Saharan Africa, where there are termites and ants.
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Its chromosomes date back millions of years; it lives up to 24 years.
Its tongue is long and sticky to collect prey and it has a strong sense of smell.
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The Aardvark's main predators are lions, leopards, hyenas, hunting dogs and python.
The flesh is eaten smoked or salted (but not by the lions!) and is considered a delicacy.
To print the instructions for making your own aardvark, right click on an image, select "Copy Image", open a new page in a word processor then press Control+V. Stretch the image to fit the page then print it. Do the same for the second image (from step 28).