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How would you like to live your life in a suit of armor? That is what an armadillo does.
An armadillo is an animal that is covered in armor. It has bony plates around its body to protect it. The plates are hard, like a turtle's shell.
The armadillo looks a bit like an anteater. That’s because it is a cousin of the anteater.
Armadillos have very long noses. They use their nose to sniff out things. They like to sniff out insects and other good things to eat. They have a great sense of smell.
Better than their nose is their ears. They have large, rounded ears that they can move back and forth. They can even turn them around. That way an armadillo can point its ears toward a sound. That lets them hear very well.
Find out more about this wonderful animal and learn the answers to these questions:
What do armadillos eat?
What is their shell made out of?
How do armadillos cross a river?
How do armadillos help people?
What human disease can armadillos catch?
And many more!
Learn what an armadillo looks like, where it lives, what it eats, what eats it, how babies are born, and other fun facts.
Ages 7 to 10
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