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  1. Giant armadillo - Wikipedia

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    The giant armadillo (Priodontes maximus), colloquially tatou, ocarro, tatu-canastra or tatú carreta, is the largest living species of armadillo (although their extinct relatives, the glyptodonts, were much larger). It lives in South America, ranging throughout as far south as northern Argentina.

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  2. The Giant armadillo is one of the largest species of armadillos. This animal is easily recognizable due to its powerful, enlarged central claw and the carapace, covered with tough bony scales. Pentagonal scales cover the legs and tail of the animal.

  3. ADW: Priodontes maximus: INFORMATION

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    Giant ar­madil­los, Pri­odontes max­imus, range through much of the neotrop­ics. They are found from south­east­ern Venezuela and the Guianas in the north through north­east­ern Brazil, Paraguay, and the ex­treme north of Ar­gentina. Most of this species' range lies within the Ama­zon basin.

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  5. Giant Armadillo Facts - Photos - Earth's Endangered Creatures

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    The giant armadillo (Priodontes maximus), colloquially tatou, ocarro, tatu-canastra or tatú carreta, is the largest living species of armadillo (although their extinct relatives, the glyptodonts, were much larger). It lives in South America, ranging throughout as far south as northern Argentina.

  6. About Giant Armadillos | Tatu

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    Giant armadillos have a large, dark dorsal armor with many narrow bands. The armor is marked laterally on its edge by a distinctive lighter band that surrounds the entire carapace. Legs, tail and head are also covered with tough pentagonal scales. Underneath the carapace, the bare skin is pinkish, wrinkly, and unprotected.

  7. Giant Armadillo | Gojipedia | Fandom

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    The Giant Armadillo was a mutation caused by nuclear testing at Area 51 in the 1950's. It burrowed out of its enclosure and began to run amok inside the walls of Area 51 and was mistaken for an alien spacecraft by two trespassers.

  8. Armadillo | mammal | Britannica

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    Armadillo, (family Dasypodidae), any of various armoured mammals found mainly in tropical and subtropical regions of Central and South America. Most of the 20 species inhabit open areas, such as grasslands, but some also live in forests.

  9. Armadillos | National Geographic

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    Armadillos are the only living mammals that wear such shells. Closely related to anteaters and sloths, armadillos generally have a pointy or shovel-shaped snout and small eyes. They vary widely in...

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