Northern Tamandua Anteater
This Tamandua is feasting on a termite nest. If you look closely you can see termites mounting a last ditch defense, crawling all over the nose and fur of the anteater. This photograph shows the highly modified tongue, which, with it's length, flexibility, and sticky saliva, is ideally suited for consuming large amounts of ants and termites.
Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica