Florida Nature Facts #14 – Armadillos
by Rich Leighton | May 24, 2018 | Florida Nature Facts, Florida Nature Photography, Mammals, PhotographyOnly the South American three-banded armadillos (Tolypeutes) rely heavily on their armor for protection. When threatened by a predator, Tolypeutes species frequently roll up into a ball. Other armadillo species cannot roll up because they have too many plates. The...
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