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Seven-banded armadillo

Seven-banded armadillo

22. Aardvark: 'Truly there is nothing like an aardvark. As if its alphabet-opening name wasn't weird enough, it literally means 'earth pig' - the animal itself defines oddness.'

22. Aardvark: 'Truly there is nothing like an aardvark. As if its alphabet-opening name wasn't weird enough, it literally means 'earth pig' - the animal itself defines oddness.'

Mother and Baby Pangolin  Mamma Pangolin's carry their babies on their backs and take good care of their young.    Hunted for food and for their scales, I am wondering now if their scales are ending up in my shampoo as keratin?  No more Keratin shampoo!

Mother and Baby Pangolin Mamma Pangolin's carry their babies on their backs and take good care of their young. Hunted for food and for their scales, I am wondering now if their scales are ending up in my shampoo as keratin? No more Keratin shampoo!

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The Giant Armadillo, Priodontes maximus, is listed as ‘VULNERABLE’ on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species

The Giant Armadillo, Priodontes maximus, is listed as ‘VULNERABLE’ on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species

Found throughout southern Africa, aardvarks use their keen sense of smell to sniff out their favorite food—termites

Found throughout southern Africa, aardvarks use their keen sense of smell to sniff out their favorite food—termites

Nine-Banded Armadillo - (Nine-Banded, Long-Nosed Armadillo) - Dasypus novemcinctus - Found in North, Central and South America, this is the most widespread of the armadillos. Generally an insectivore feeding on termites and ants, it also eats beetles, grubs and worms - Image : © Carolyn Pepper / June 25, 2013 / Houston, Texas

Nine-Banded Armadillo - (Nine-Banded, Long-Nosed Armadillo) - Dasypus novemcinctus - Found in North, Central and South America, this is the most widespread of the armadillos. Generally an insectivore feeding on termites and ants, it also eats beetles, grubs and worms - Image : © Carolyn Pepper / June 25, 2013 / Houston, Texas

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