Armadillo

This is what an Armadillo looks like when he balls up in defense of danger. Biologist Rodrigo Cerqueira holds an Armadillo named Ana Botafogo in honor of the Brazilian dancer at the Rio Zoo in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Wednesday, May

Giant Pangolin (Manis gigantea)

Giant Pangolin (Manis gigantea) - most illegally traded mammal, endangered :(

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Sweet little Hedgehog - these spiny little mammals are found in parts of Europe, Asia and Africa. They make popular pets in England.

How much do you really know about armadillos, beyond their leathery carapaces?

13 things you didn't know about armadillos

Got Armadillos rolling around your energy? Check this page about symbolic Armadillo meaning for potential wisdom this unique creature has to share with you.

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Armadillo

Texas man tires to shoot at an armadillo, but the bullet bounced back at his head

Armadillo by Mark Laita These friendly fellas have bad vision and their shells are very soft. Sadly, many get hit by traffic.

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Nine-banded armadillo pups. Approximately 20 species of armadillo exist, but the nine-banded is the  only one found in the United States. The term “armadillo” means “little  armored one,” and refers to the presence of bony, armor-like plates  covering their body. Despite their name, nine-banded armadillos can have  7 to 11 bands on their armor. There is a common misconception that  nine-banded armadillos can roll up into spherical balls. In reality,  only two species of armadillo (both…

Nine-banded armadillo pups. Approximately 20 species of armadillo exist, but the nine-banded is the only one found in the United States. The term “armadillo” means “little armored one,” and refers to the presence of bony, armor-like plates covering.

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