⇄Change DirectionTranslation for 'nine-banded' from English to Serbian
деветопојасни оклопник {м} [Dasypus novemcinctus]
nine-banded armadillo
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  • The nine-banded armadillo prefers to build burrows in moist soil near the creeks, streams, and arroyos around which it lives and feeds.
  • White-tailed deer, squirrels, rabbits, nine-banded armadillos, and raccoons are numerous.
  • English translation : "In the Sky", Nine-Banded Books, Charleston, 2015. Translation : Ann Sterzinger. Introduction : Claire Nettleton.
  • The nine-banded armadillo is found throughout the South and states such as Missouri, Kansas and Oklahoma.
  • Designed for the kids, where they can explore and discover and also features exhibits for yellow mud turtles, lesser anteaters, nine-banded armadillos, and squirrel monkeys.
  • Wildlife found in the area includes the rare whooping crane, American alligators, nine-banded armadillos, West Indian manatees, and numerous other species of wildlife.
  • It primarily preys on armadillos such as pichis ("Zaedyus pichiy") and nine-banded armadillos ("Dasypus novemcinctus") as well as Andes skunks ("Conepatus chinga").
  • There is a diverse variety of mammals (including the gray fox and nine-banded armadillo) and birds in the park, and multiple species of catfish, crappie, and bass in the lake.
  • Also sighted are white-tailed deer, Florida gopher tortoises, American alligators, raccoons and nine-banded armadillos.
  • Nine-banded armadillos reach sexual maturity at the age of one year, and reproduce every year for the rest of their 12–to-15 year lifespans.
  • Wild nine-banded armadillos ("Dasypus novemcinctus") in south central United States often carry "Mycobacterium leprae".
  • In the nine-banded armadillos, this process is obligatory and usually gives rise to genetically identical quadruplets.
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