The armadillo is still at large.
He's going to be OK. No reports on what happened to the armadillo.
Animals from The San Diego Zoo, including an otter, hedgehog, pelican and armadillo, joined HuffPost Live this week for some
"The species is believed to have declined by more than a third over the last 10 to 15 years due to a 50 percent loss of its
People always told me be careful of what you do And don't go around gathering young armadillos' leaves The armadillo came
Perhaps the ancestors of the armadillo spit fire, and could teleport, but at least now these guys can eat fire ants, right
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HuffPost Science Correspondent Cara Santa Maria dispels myths surrounding leprosy in the world today.
I recently made my debut appearance on Chelsea Lately on E!, so this week's Animal Oddity is about fun television segments.
Texas is home to some fabulous animals. But the craziest animal of Texas was convicted last week. An evil, nasty, racist, demonic animal named "Warren Jeffs."
Director/writer Janus Metz, embedded with a platoon of Danish soldiers in Afghanistan's Helmand Province for six months, exposes the bestial impulses war unleashes in otherwise decent, well-intentioned people.
Sure, we've got your predictably adorable baby penguins and pigs in this week's batch of photos. But we've also got some