The Aardvark (Orycteropus afer) (afer: from Africa) is a medium-sized, burrowing, nocturnal mammal native to Africa.2 It is the only living species of the order Tubulidentata,3 although other prehistoric species and genera of Tubulidentata are known.
It is sometimes called antbear, anteater, or Cape anteater (after the Cape of Good Hope). The word aardvark is famous for being one of the first entries to appear in many encyclopaedias and even abridged dictionaries. The name comes from the AfrikaansDutch4 for earth pig or ground pig (aarde earthground, varken pig), because early settlers from Europe thought it resembled a domestic pig. However, the aardvark is not closely related to the pig rather, it is the sole recent representative of the obscure mammalian order Tubulidentata, in which it is usually considered to form a single variable species of the genus Orycteropus, the sole surviving genus in the family Orycteropodidae. The aardvark is not closely related to the South American anteater, despite sharing some characteristics and a superficial resemblance.5 The closest living relatives of the aardvark are the elephant shrews, along with the sirenians, hyraxes, tenrecs, and elephants. Together, these animals form the superorder Afrotheria.
Aardvark is a nocturnal animal, which is medium in size and mainly found in Africa. The aardvark is the only living species of order Tubulidentata. Like other insectivores, They have a long pig-like snout, which is very strong with the smelling senses and helps them to sniff the food. They generally roam in the southern part of Africa.
Aardvark normally feeds ants and termites. He digs out the land through his sharp claws and powerful legs to find his food. He also uses this technique to create burrows to live in it and rear his young ones. Aardvark is also known as the African ant bear, anteater. The word aardvark is derived from an African language, which means earth pig. The number of this living creature is decreasing day by day, but still, IUCN considers its very least concern.
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