Three-toed sloth?

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  1. BenAllgood

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    If so you would have gotten about 500 pics in the time it took him to move across the camera field of view. :)
     
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    Looks like a two headed whistle pig...
     
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    I think you've got a picture of two groundhogs.
     
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    Still think it might be an anteater.
     
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    It's got a groundhog tail. But I'm thinking a it might be a cross between a lesser three-toed armadillo and an amalgamated anteating sloth.
     
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    You have Louisiana and Kentucky listed as your location. If this was in LA I think it is a honey badger. If it was KY it was definitely a large mongoose.
     
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    I think the honey badger has migrated to Missouri, but this animal was in Kentucky.

    On a serious note, I guess it probably is a groundhog. My 7 y.o. daughter was really looking forward to seeing an anteater in the wild though.
     

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