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This Rare Pink Armadillo Literally Can't Survive As A Pet

The Dodo - Apr 18, 2017
Also, the pink fairy armadillo's habitat is being increasingly converted to farmland. Because they burrow underground, the plowing of fields and the grazing of cattle can wreck the animals' hiding places. And some pesticides can wipe out many of the ...

Thirsty Armadillo Drinking Water Will Quench Your Thirst for Cuteness

Nerdist - Apr 17, 2017
But have you ever taken the time to sit back, and give some thought to just how cute Dasypus and Chlamyphoridae, the two surviving armadillo families, really are? Have you?! Have… you? Here, look at this clip of an armadillo drinking water. Let its ...

PBS 'Nature' checks into “Hotel Armadillo”

Realscreen - Apr 17, 2017
PBS wildlife doc strand 'Nature' is slated to track down the rare and elusive builder of burrows on Hotel Armadillo. The film follows the work of conservation biologist Arnaud Desbiez, founder of the Giant Armadillo Project, and his team as they search ...

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Armadillo books

Armadillo World Headquarters: A Memoir

by: Eddie Wilson

“Eddie’s story is by turns hilarious, informative, and the living spirit of its age. . . . [He] piles the most unlikely anecdotes on top of one another, creating a land of enchantment and an order of chemically altered consciousness that rescues an era I’d thought not so much lost as forgotten. Not only am I thrilled I’ve read this story and wish I was in it, I wish I’d written it.”
—Dave Marsh, from the foreword

“The Armadillo World Headquarters . . . was one of the most exciting, and remained one of the most exciting, places in the United States for the years that it was in operation.
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Knit Your Own Zoo: Easy-to-Follow Patterns for 24 Animals

by: Sally Muir, Joanna Osborne

From the authors of the beloved and best-selling Knit Your Own Dog, Knit Your Own Cat, and Knit Your Own Dog: The Second Litter comes Knit Your Own Zoo! With easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions for 24 animals, it's an irresistible guide to knitting a single exotic pet or an entire stuffed menagerie.

What could be better than a cuddly koala or a long-necked giraffe to call your own? Knit Your Own Zoo includes patterns for both, as well as a tiger, crocodile, penguin, meerkat, elephant, armadillo, panda, a kangaroo and her joey, and 14 other delightful creatures.
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Amazing Armadillos

by: Jennifer Mckerley
Reading on your own

Armadillos may look funny, move oh-so-slowly, and smell a little stinky but mostly they are extraordinary! For example, they can jump three feet in the air to scare away any predators (especially the human variety), they can hold their breath underwater for 10 minutes, and they’ve been known to eat 40,000 bugs in a single meal.

Amazing Armadillos follows a female armadillo as she forages for food, builds a home, and prepares for the birth of her baby pups.
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There Once Was a Cowpoke Who Swallowed an Ant

by: Helen Ketteman
"There once was a cowpoke who swallowed an ant—
A fiery thing with a Texas-sized sting.
The cowpoke panted, and his voice got higher.
'Yippie-ti-yay! My stomach’s on fire!!'” In this Texas-styled reworking of "There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly," a cowboy downs a variety of native Southwest creatures—a spider, a roadrunner, a lizard, an armadillo, a snake, a boar, and more—all to catch that ant! Another hilarious and vividly illustrated tale from the team behind Senorita Gordita and The Three Little Gators.
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Armadillo : animated music video : MrWeebl

Armadillo is a song about armadillos, specifically the nine-banded armadillo!

Orphaned baby armadillo discovered in backyard

This little guy has made a backyard his home for the past 3 days. Now named Dilly, his mother is no where to be seen. Dilly is usually left to himself so that he ...

Amazing Armadillo

Jeff the Nature Guy introduces a new resident of ZooMontana, a three-banded armadillo!

Tatu virando bola, Armadillo rolls into a ball - In the wild Brazil

The Brazilian three-banded armadillo (Tolypeutes tricinctus) is an armadillo species endemic to Brazil, where it is known as tatu-bola It is one of only two species ...

three-banded armadillo

three-banded armadillo.