Human Anteater Sticks Face in Ants' Nest
Everyone had a lot of habits that they would like to keep to themselves for the fact that it might get disapproval from anyone who knows it. But not everyone is like that. In this video, an animal enthusiast decides to let the whole world know what its like to become an anteater.
An Australian YouTube sensation named Andrew Ulces, 27-year-old, from Wollongong, south of Sydney lies on a large meat ant nest in hopes to become an echidna in his latest video offering,
"I thought I would try to stick it out for 10 minutes on an ants nest to give me some sense of an idea what feeding time is actually like for an echidna." - Andrew Ulces
He uses ear plugs for his own protection, Ulces takes on his bid, but all of a sudden, in just mere seconds later, pain in visibly etched across his face. It took him less than 30 seconds into his attempt the pain gets too much and Ulces stumbles to his feet before running into a lake.
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