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armadillo


Westy armadillo syndrome
see epidermal dysplasia.
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ey say the bumps, made of recycled plastic, are also cost eective as rainwater ows past the armadillos to the gutter, avoiding costly changes to road drainage.
Here's an Internet bizarrity that you can believe in: the pink fairy armadillo.
Profits from the sale of the ContiPowerContact will partly be used in a project to map the habitat of the armadillo and protect this mammal whose habits have never been properly studied.
Armadillos can cause problems digging under foundations and into lawns.
Possible causative factors initiating the observed damage bony regeneration in fossil and extant armadillos is speculative, but would certainly include the bite or chewing of a persistent predator.
One of the most remarkable things about armadillos is that they can swim underwater.
The questionnaire asked if the recipient had personally observed nine-banded armadillos in Illinois since 1990 and, if so, when and where the animals had been seen and whether they were dead or alive.
One aspect I was interested in was what good armadillos were in nature, because my experience was a dug-up flower bed.
IS LEPROSY SPREADING AMONG NINE-BANDED ARMADILLOS IN THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES?
Covington occasionally wanders away from his topic, as in the case of the story of his childhood venture into armadillo sales, which he writes in a funny, self-mocking style, but even the diversions add to his brightly painted picture of life on the Redneck Riviera.
I then read aloud Digging Armadillos, by Judith Jango-Cohen, a short non-fiction book that uses simple text and beautiful color photographs to explain the nine-banded armadillo, the only variety that lives in the United States.
Heather is a young female armadillo and was unveiled at London Zoo last week.