Thesaurus / armadillo

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In front, near the centre, is the glyptodon another South American animal of the armadillo tribe.

They nibbled tortillas and a coil of cheese, an armadillo scrabbling in the distance.

When the Owl CriesPaul Bartlett

The armadillo had not heard of any danger, but he replied that it had passed.

Fairy Tales from BrazilElsie Spicer Eells

In zoology the word is used of the bony shell of the armadillo.

The hard plates of the armadillo are thus in strong contrast to the softer skins of other animals.

Again, no armadillo now living presents nearly so remarkable a speciality of structure as was possessed by the extinct glyptodon.

On the Genesis of SpeciesSt. George Mivart

The armadillo, opossum, ferret and skunk are widely distributed.

Of ground game there are foxes, tattoo or mulita, armadillo, and ostriches.

In Central Africa an instrument is made of the shell of the armadillo, or of the turtle, having strings stretched across it.

It was during this part of our day's journey that the peons made two captures of live animals in an armadillo and a nutria.

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