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Anteater Pup 'Doing Well' At National Zoo

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The anteater pup is just over 1 month old.
Mehgan Murphy, National Zoo
The anteater pup is just over 1 month old.

The Smithsonian's National Zoological Park announced the giant anteater born at the zoo on Dec. 7 is "growing quickly and doing well." He is the third anteater born at the zoo. Though visitors will probably not see him and his parents on exhibit until the spring, the zoo's Web site will offer periodic updates.

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