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Armadillo Life Cycle

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Jaime Juchems

on 13 May 2014

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Armadillo Life Cycle
by Mrs. Juchems
Armadillo Life Cycle
Adults Mate
The armadillo usually breeds in the summer. 4 months later 1-4 baby armadillos are born. Usually they give birth to identical quadruplets.
Baby Armadillo
The baby armadillo is called a pup. It has a soft shell. It is similar to a human's fingernail. The shell gets harder as it grows up. When it is a baby it relies on its parents to protect it.
Bibliography
Young Armadillo
The armadillo grows. It digs a den with its sharp front claws.
Check out this website for a few more pictures and video of the armadillo.
http://zooborns.typepad.com/zooborns/armadillo/
Adult
The armadillo has a bony plate that covers almost its entire body. The armadillo sleeps almost 16 hours a day in its burrow. It lives between 12 and 15 years.
http://www.statesforbiomed.org
http://www.visualphotos.com/image/1x9132969/nine-banded_armadillo_dasypus_novemcinctus_mother
http://www.maxwaugh.com/patagonia09/armadillo2.php
http://www.nwf.org/wildlife/wildlife-library/mammals/nine-banded-armadillo.aspx
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