Long-Tongued Echidna Eats Lunch and It's a Bit Nauseating

StoryfulPublished: June 1, 2017
Published: June 1, 2017

An echidna tongue can <a href="http://wildcare.org.au/species-information/echidnas/" target="_blank">extend up to 18cm</a> when the species of monotreme is eating. The sight of Brown Bear the echidna’s lunchtime was caught in slow-motion footage at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary on Tuesday, November 1.

The echidna is eating a mixture made up of mince, eggs, fly pupae, bran, vitamins and minerals blended into a paste.

“Looks tasty right?” sanctuary employee Joelene Mouser said.

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