Here, the third in my "Request a zoo shot" series goes to the sexy/awesome
Sorry, Sara. I tried but the lighting in the Axolotl's tank was simply dreadful. So no dice there.
Hopefully I can console you with this lovely example of the largest of the Myrmecophaga, the giant anteater.
Found from Guatemala in Central America, on south through the Amazon Rainforest and the Pampas plains of Argentina, the giant anteater is a nomadic species without a permanent home which travels to seek out it's sources of food, which mainly consist of termites, ants, small insects and occasionally fruit.
An adult giant anteater can eat up to 30,000 ants per day, but seldom uses it's long snout for drinking water. Instead it uses it's tongue, which can grow up to two feet, to lick water from trees and plants.
So, I hope Joehl, this handsome fella will suffice for you, M'lady.
And the rest of you! Go forth and see her arts!