diet

Myrmecophagous animals

377 species

Myrmecophagy is a feeding behavior defined by the consumption of termites or ants, particularly as pertaining to those animal species whose diets are largely or exclusively composed of said insect types. Myrmecophagy is found in a number of land-dwelling animals including reptiles and amphibians, a number of New World bird species, and several mammalian groups.
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Myrmecophagy is a feeding behavior defined by the consumption of termites or ants, particularly as pertaining to those animal species whose diets are largely or exclusively composed of said insect types. Myrmecophagy is found in a number of land-dwelling animals including reptiles and amphibians, a number of New World bird species, and several mammalian groups.
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