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The study found that jaguars and giant armadillos were particularly sensitive to human disturbance and avoided agricultural land.
The smaller mammals—the armadillos, raccoons, some of the smaller deer—probably didn’t come through that well.
Today, Wild Kingdom host Peter Gros came on the show with a screaming guest armadillo.
The milestone was celebrated with a gathering at the hospital that featured a performance by a children’s choir and appearances by animal ambassadors, including an armadillo, a fennec fox, a chinchilla, and a great-horned owl.
This 17th-century German Jesuit father, friend of the pope, Borromini, and Galileo, amassed an extraordinary collection of worldly souvenirs brought back to Italy by Jesuit missionaries: a stuffed armadillo, magic lanterns, Egyptian obelisks.
Not on display are any of the dozens of live animals that have been presented as gifts to the queen over the years, ranging from an elephant from Cameroon to sloths, toucans and even a giant armadillo from Brazil.
This 2.5-hour treasure of talent has animated cacti, crocodile musicians, dancing beetles and armadillos and a range of acrobats and areal artists who entertain and engage pushing their performances with exciting dare-devil extremes.
South-side MC Cdot Honcho raps like a cartoon armadillo speedily rolling through patchy desert terrain.
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