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Synonyms for aardvark

nocturnal burrowing mammal of the grasslands of Africa that feeds on termites

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With three females and only one male, called Hoos, the zoo was hoping baby aardvarks might be on the way.
The Aardvarks rattled off 10 shots on goal to Pleasant Hill's four.
It's an Orange Aardvark has so much which will appeal to young children.
Around 10 Brazilian aardvarks are believed to be living wild in Cumbria.
TOMORROW Dance Weekend: Ceilidh with the Aardvark Ceilidh Band, Fillongley Village Hall, 8pm-midnight, 02476 336740.
Agent hands player a dictionary and he starts to read from it) "Oh and I want an aardvark, an acrobat and a ballerina.
MDM's mobile Britannica Concise Encyclopedia features more than 24,000 different entries on everything from aardvarks to zydeco and 900+ photos, maps, tables and illustrations.
OES 13, Sheldon 2: Matt Johnson scored four goals and Dylan Gamer added three to lead the Aardvarks past the Irish.
From the aardvarks to the quetzals, warthogs, and zebras, each animal corresponding to a saw a different thing.
This follows the success of last year's weekend event organised by Coventry Morrisman and Aardvarks member Pete Grassby to celebrate his 50th birthday.
Using that line of reasoning, an international team of scientists contends that markers in the genes of three proteins suggest a single African ancestor for animals as diverse as elephants and aardvarks.
It transpires they are both imposters because aardvarks are nocturnal and are never seen during daylight hours.
MPs begin debating election reform tomorrow and if changes in the voting system come out of it, the donkeys will want to be aardvarks.