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The complete classification of all organisms in the superorder Xenarthra. Extant Species Edit. Order Cingulata (Armored New World Placental Mammals) Family Dasypodidae (Armadillos) Pink fairy armadillo, Chlamyphorus truncatus Northern naked-tailed armadillo, Cabassous centralis Chacoan naked-tailed armadillo, Cabassous chacoensis Southern naked-tailed armadillo, Cabassous unicinctus.
This site is no different, but I do recognize that the names of individual armadillo species are probably meaningless to many of my visitors. To help make sure every visitor can find what he or she is looking for, the armadillo groups on this website are linked both by common name and by scientific name, here and in the navigation menu at the top of each page.
Chlamyphorus truncatus Common name Pink fairy armadillo Lifespan, ageing, and relevant traits Maximum longevity Not yet established Observations. Little is known about the longevity of these animals but one specimen lived 4.3 years in captivity. Their maximum longevity may be much longer, though. Life history traits (averages) Female sexual.
They vary widely in size and color, from the 6-inch-long, salmon-colored pink fairy armadillo to the 5-foot-long, dark-brown giant armadillo. Others have black, red, gray, or yellowish coloring.
The Sundew (Drosera) is a carnivorous plant. Although it might look like a beautiful type of plant, it is very deadly to insects that are near it. There are about 130 types of species to this plant, but one thing they all have is a gel substance on the tip of their tentacles which also cover the leaves.
Animal Articles (Reading Comprehension). Pink Fairy Armadillos. Have you ever heard of the pink fairy armadillo? Learn all about this miniature armadillo! This article includes short answer and multiple choice questions, vocabulary words, and a writing prompt.