National Geographic’s Anteater is wildly cute – and that’s not even his best attribute! Hold onto the wild anteater’s tail, flip the switch and your anteater is hungry for bugs or dust! A motor generated vacuum lifts real insects into the foot-long anteater. The anteater’s belly – the clear slide-out viewing area – catches them. (Don’t worry, no bugs are harmed in this breezy capture.) Just slide out the clear compartment and look through the flip top magnifier to view bugs up close… Who knew that tiny beetle had elbow antennae! Wild Anteater Bug Vac is proficient in sucking up all kinds of bugs.
Easy to carry and fun to hold – it’s sure to generate smiles from everyone. Wild Anteater Bug Vac A motor generated vacuum created for the study of bugs! Designed to look like a real anteater! Created in association with National Geographic Features a foot long anteater exterior – plastic construction Fully enclosed motor provides light suction that does not harm insects Effective in lifting dust from a child’s room as well, (anything lighter than a bug)