Armadillos

Armadillos

Order : Xenarthra
Family : Dasypodidae
Subfamily : Dasypodinae

 

Facts about the subfamily Dasypodinae, the armadillos

The survival of several species, including the giant and the three-banded armadillos, is now in doubt because of hunting and encroachment on habitat.

Getting Rid of Armadillos is Certainly a Challenge. (Full text)

Also, the incidence of leprosy in wild armadillos is apparently low; very few wild armadillos have been shown to have contracted leprosy. (Full text)

The real key to catching armadillos is in the trap setup. (Full text)

The underside of most armadillos is very hairy and some armadillos can actually curl up into a ball so that their soft belly is protected. (Full text)

The survival of several species, including the giant and the three-banded armadillos, is now in doubt because of hunting and encroachment on habitat. (Full text)

Which of the following statements about armadillos is correct? (Full text)

To most of us, the defining feature of armadillos is their "shell.

Mounted longhorns and stuffed armadillos are our specialty

Anatomy of a sign ordinance: why armadillos are deflated -- Los Altos Town Crier Serving the Hometown

Armadillos are often classified together with the sloths and the anteaters as Edentata (teethless).

) Armadillos are very unique mammals. (Full text)

Armadillos are an amazing group of animals that originated in South America. (Full text)

mounts, stuffed buffalo, mounted armadillo, and stuffed armadillos are our specialty. (Full text)

Armadillos are the only mammals in which multiple young form from a single egg with any regularity. (Full text)

1 Armadillos are tough-looking mammals. (Full text)

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