Armadillo
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British pronunciation/ˌɑːmɐdˈɪlə‍ʊ/
American pronunciation/ˌɑɹməˈdɪɫoʊ/
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a small nocturnal mammal that is covered in small bony plates and is usually found in Southern America

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What is an "armadillo"?

The armadillo is a unique mammal known for its armored shell and distinctive appearance. Armadillos are primarily found in the Americas, ranging from the southern United States to Argentina. There are several species of armadillos, with varying sizes and habitats. Armadillos are known for their hard, bony plates that cover their body, providing protection from predators. They have a long snout, small eyes, and sharp claws that are adapted for digging. Armadillos are typically insectivorous, feeding on ants, termites, and other small insects. They have a keen sense of smell and use their sharp claws to dig into the ground in search of food. Armadillos are primarily solitary animals, and some species are known for their burrowing behavior, creating complex underground tunnels and dens.

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The armadillo has a natural defense mechanism to ball up.
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