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It’s tough being a baby tapir! Sometimes, the food bowl is just so far away, and you’re so tired… just going to take a little nap now… zzzzzzzzz…
Awkward Tapir… this is really uncomfortable, the zoo paparazzi caught this tapir just as she was coming out of the bath.
Adorable illustrated tapirs for an upcoming children’s book about what it’s like to be different. Check it out!
Why does the tapir have a long nose?
Tapirs use their nose like an elephant’s trunk. They grab branches and leaves and bring food into their mouth.
This little tapir already has the skills to pay the bills!
What do tapirs eat?
Mom’s going for the lettuce… not a big kiss!
Tapirs eat fruits and vegetables like ferns, horsetails, palm fruits and hearts, aquatic plants, and bromeliads.