Numbats, Myrmecobius fasciatus, also known as the banded anteater or walpurti. The endangered numbat is a marsupial active primarily during the day. They feed on termites using their long, sticky tongue. An adult can eat up to of them a day -
The silky anteater is the world’s smallest anteater species and is little bigger than a human hand. It is rarely seen due to its small size and its nocturnal and arboreal lifestyle, and it is even seldom encountered by forest tribes.