Armadillo is an ancient beast from the classic of mountains and seas. It looks like a rabbit, but it has the beak of a bird, the eyes of a hawk and the tail of a snake. It lies down and pretends to be dead when it sees people. As soon as it appears, there will be crickets and locusts that will harm crops.
Armadillo's armor is made up of many small pieces of bone, each of which has a layer of horny material, which is extremely hard. Every time there is a danger, if there is no time to escape or get into the hole, the armadillo will curl up into a ball to protect itself.
Armadillo is a rare animal endemic to South and Central America. It mainly lives in forest, grassland and desert. According to the number of scales and bands, zoologists have divided this huge family of animals into the following categories: three trip armadillo, six trip armadillo, and nine trip armadillo. In addition, there is a king armadillo (also known as the armadillo), its body length up to 90 cm, tail length of 50 cm, almost half the size of a pig, belonging to armadillo in the eldest.