How does a armadillo travel?
an armadillo travels. and it travels by walking
About 30 species of armadillo have been described. They include: nine-banded armadillo northern naked-tailed armadillo seven-banded armadillo southern long-nosed armadillo Llanos long-nosed armadillo greater long-nosed armadillo hairy long-nosed armadillo or woolly armadillo Yepes's mulita Dasypus bellus or the beautiful armadillo (extinct) southern three-banded armadillo Brazilian three-banded armadillo greater fairy armadillo screaming hairy armadillo big hairy armadillo Andean hairy armadillo horned armadillo pink fairy armadillo six-banded armadillo Pichi southern naked-tailed armadillo Chacoan naked-tailed armadillo greater naked-tailed…
The screaming hairy armadillo (Chaetophractus vellerosus) is a species of armadillo also known as the small screaming armadillo, crying armadillo or the small hairy armadillo. It is a burrowing armadillo found in the central and southern parts of South America. The adjective "screaming" derives from its habit of squealing when handled or threatened.