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MALAYSIAN TAPIR   Family: Tapiridae (Tapirs)  Habitat: Tropical Rain Forests   Although Malaysian tapirs look like pigs, they are most closely related to horses and rhinos.

MALAYSIAN TAPIR Family: Tapiridae (Tapirs) Habitat: Tropical Rain Forests Fun Fact: Although Malaysian tapirs look like pigs, they are most closely related to horses and rhinos.

Malayan Tapir *Endangered* (Tapirus indicus) Burma, Sumatra (4179-26102 / MAM 210WEP003 01 © Animals Animals)

Malayan Tapir *Endangered* (Tapirus indicus) Burma, Sumatra (4179-26102 / MAM 210WEP003 01 © Animals Animals)

"Is that an anteater?"  "No, it's just a normal thing that eats ants."

"Is that an anteater?" "No, it's just a normal thing that eats ants.

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The Malayan tapir is an unusual animal with an extensible and mobile proboscis, or mini-trunk. Despite its size and bulk, this endangered animal can move fast.

Malayan Tapir

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There are four living species of tapir: Baird's tapir Lowland tapir Mountain tapir Malayan tapir. I remember the first time I saw a tapir. Haha I was so confused.

[画像]マレーバク(馬来獏、Malayan マレーバク(馬来獏、Malayan Tapir, Asian Tapir) Tapirus indicus ...

[画像]マレーバク(馬来獏、Malayan マレーバク(馬来獏、Malayan Tapir, Asian Tapir) Tapirus indicus ...

Tapirs, Tapir Pictures, Tapir Facts - National Geographic

Get to know the unique animal that looks like a pig, sports a small trunk, and is related to horses and rhinoceroses. Learn more about the tapir's life in the forests of South America.

Tapirs are said to resemble a Baku, which in Japanese mythology are creatures that roam the night sucking up dreams and nightmares with their trunks. <3

Tapirs are said to resemble a Baku, which in Japanese mythology are creatures that roam the night sucking up dreams and nightmares with their trunks.

Tapirs of the World by rogerdhall.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Fine art illustration of all extant species of tapir. Their closest relatives are the other odd-toed ungulates, which include horses, donkeys, zebras, and rhinoceroses.

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