Woe to the unlucky or heedless aggressor whose arm or leg may be seized by the ant-bear.
"No get in close to ant-bear," he warned, pointing to the giant's claws.
The ant-bear, without a tooth in his head, roves fearlessly in the forests inhabited by the jaguar and boa-constrictor.
I suppose the poor thing has been hiding in the ant-bear holes with nothing to eat.
While journeying through the interior of Brazil I not infrequently came across the big tamandua, the ant-bear or ant-eater.
It could belong to no other creature than the tamanoir, or great ant-eater, by the people of South America called the ant-bear.
The animal had put its foot into an ant-bear hole concealed in the long grass.
An ant-bear, looking like a great bald pig in the magnifying moonlight, scuttled across their path.
Suddenly the Vilderbeeste's horse put his foot into an ant-bear hole and fell heavily, throwing his rider on to his head.
He lay as flat as any fish,His nose had worn a little furrow, He only had one frantic wish—That like an ant-bear he could burrow.