The only species of armadillo that is vulnerable to extinction is the giant armadillo of South America. The pink fairy armadillo may also be vulnerable but its status is currently uncertain.
Many species of armadillos face extinction. These include : Brazilian Three-Banded Armadillo Giant Armadillo Chacoan naked-tailed Armadillo Pichi Pink fairy armadillo Andean hairy armadillo Greater fairy armadillo Hairy Long Nosed armadillo Most species of armadillos face so form of threat to the species, but these are the most severe. Many of these are due to habitat loss and over hunting. Conservation efforts are in effect for most of these, but it is feared for some, like the pink fairy armadillo, to be too late.
They are being poached for ivory.
There is a global demand for ivory.
About 30 species of armadillo have been described.They include:nine-banded armadillonorthern naked-tailed armadilloseven-banded armadillosouthern long-nosed armadilloLlanos long-nosed armadillogreater long-nosed armadillohairy long-nosed armadillo or woolly armadilloYepes's mulitaDasypus bellus or the beautiful armadillo (extinct)southern three-banded armadilloBrazilian three-banded armadillogreater fairy armadilloscreaming hairy armadillobig hairy armadilloAndean hairy armadillohorned armadillopink fairy armadillosix-banded armadilloPichisouthern naked-tailed armadilloChacoan naked-tailed armadillogreater naked-tailed armadillo
The largest armadillo is the giant armadillo of South America. No armadillo is aggressive.
The main animal that is a threat to a panther would be man.
The main threat in a tornado is flying or falling debris.
No, an armadillo is a mammal.
The main threat is seagulls
Climate change is melting the ice in polar bears' hunting territory
Armadillo is a Mammal.no its a mammal
No, you cannot milk an armadillo.
The plural of armadillo is armadillos.
An armadillo is a herbivore.
A baby armadillo is called a pup.A baby armadillo is called a pup.
The pink fairy armadillo is the smallest and the largest is the Giant Armadillo.
There are 22 species of armadillo, and one extinct species - the 'beautiful armadillo'.
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.
A beautiful armadillo is an extinct prehistoric species of armadillo, Latin name Dasypus bellus.
The picture above is of the nine-banded armadillo and a typical armadillo. You describe the shape.