Six-banded Armadillo - Euphractus sexcinctus
Also known as Yellow Armadillo in English, Gualacate in Spanish, and Tatu Peba in Portuguese, Euphractus sexcinctus (Cingulata - Dasypodidae) is one of the several species of South American armadillos.
On average, an adult measures 406mm from head to body and has a tail 2/3 as long. These armadillos are distinguished by their pointed and flattened heads, which are covered by large plates arranged in a distinctive pattern. Their body consists of 6-8 movable bands, which are covered with thin grey-brown hair. They have 5 toes, and their claws are well developed for digging and constructing burrows.
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Photo credit: ©Eric Henrique | Locality: Pirajuí, Sao Paulo, Brazil (2013)