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- another term for numbat
- ‘Numbats are also known as the banded anteater and the marsupial anteater.’
- ‘Its other name is banded anteater, although its favourite food is termites.’
- ‘The banded anteater (also known as the numbat) is a pouchless, diurnal marsupial from Australia.’
- ‘Other wildlife species found in the reserve include the banded anteater, ocelot, coyote, black crested eagle, and emerald toucanet.’
- ‘The banded anteater of Australia is related to the platypus.’
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