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Anteater at Boston Zoo appears to have TWO HEADS – can you figure out what’s happening?

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A VIRAL video on Twitter has left users baffled after a creature appears to have not one, but two heads.
The footage taken at a Boston zoo has left viewers absolutely dumbfounded at the odd anteater.
The creature appears to have two heads as it eats its meal4The creature appears to have two heads as it eats its mealOther users pointed out it looked like it was also wearing shoes4Other users pointed out it looked like it was also wearing shoesThe creature can be seen nudging a block of wood to get it’s next meal, but appears to have a second head.
As the anteater sniffs the wooden log, his “second head” appears to do the same thing.
One user said: “Lmao I thought the dude had two heads… took me five mins to make sure I was tripping.”
Another chimed in: “I still don’t get what’s happening.
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“A two headed creature – one’s an anteater, one is a goat. Three legs and a peacock tail? Why is he wearing shoes?”
Other users were spooked by the curious video.
One replied: “And y’all promise it only eats ants, yeah?”
“What in the head on a foot is going on?”

The second head users were tripped up about turned out to be the anteater’s arm, helping it gather food.
Though the anteater is brownish, the legs look fluffy white, making it hard to tell if it’s arms and legs were the animal’s head.
This particular anteater’s legs have marking which make it seem like it has two heads!
The fluffy creature’s markings also made it look like he was wearing a pair of trainers, much to the amusement of viewers.
One girl said: “He’s got little dress shoes on I wonder what fancy event he has later?”
Anteaters are largely solitary animals, with females only giving birth to one offspring a year.
According to experts, the animals can run up to 30mph in the wild, making them a fierce competitor.
Did you figure out what the animal was up to in the video?
The giant anteaters have some odd looking features4The giant anteaters have some odd looking featuresCredit: MIAMI HERALDThe video left many wondering what was going on with the creature4The video left many wondering what was going on with the creature
Story Credit: thesun.co.uk

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