Pink Fairy Armadillo
Fun Fact: Yes this animal is real. The PFA is the smallest of the armadillo family. Found in the dry grassy plains of Argentina, where the environment works well for this digging animal. In fact, if in danger the PFA can completely bury themselves in a matter of seconds. Its large claws allow it to move through sand like some creatures move through water.
One of the weirdest animals I've ever seen!ReplyDelete
The armadillo is the unofficial state mammal of Texas, and I have seen plenty of them, but this Pink Fairy Dillo is new to me. It is really a strange looking creature, although I kind of like it's one piece armor from nose to toe.ReplyDelete
Sue at CollectInTexas Gal
How odd-looking! Like it has a superhero cape or something. And I love your drawing for today...I read it and heard you saying it in Mr. Krabbs' voice.ReplyDelete
Look, it has a candy coating!ReplyDelete
It doesn't look real. Seriously. It looks like some made-up creature that a very creative type photo shopped. Are you joshing us???ReplyDelete
What an odd little critter. I have never heard of it before. I agree it does look like it's wearing a cape. Saw an armadillo once in Florida, but not this one.ReplyDelete
No one would mess with those claws, animal or person. The armor on the back looks so flexible.ReplyDelete
Hi human, Brandon,ReplyDelete
I have seen you all over the place. Nice to meet you, my newest human friend. Is this the way to Armadillo? Sorry, wrong song...It looks like a glorified hedgehog.
Penny, the friendly host of the Alphabark Challenge! :)
It's kinda cute. Is that fur on its belly?ReplyDelete
Wow like water? That's cool. I never even knew they existed!ReplyDelete
Even an armadillo needs to keep warm. :)ReplyDelete