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&NatureLover , They seem to be spreading like wildfire here. Funny thing...a few days after I took the pictures of the armadillos in our yard, we went to the State Museum in SC where they had a replica of a prehistoric armadillo that was about the size of a VW Beetle. My husband asked me what I'd do if one of those showed up in our yard. I told him I probably wouldn't do anything...I doubt I could live through the shock! They are SO creepy and ugly.

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I have a problem with armadillos here too! They dig up my yard and my flower beds almost every night now. I wish I knew how to get rid of them too! :)

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You are right...it does look like a rabbit in a super hero outfit. And, yes I have seen them jump into the air...they can also change directions while in mid-air. I still hate 'em though!

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I've never seen one in person, but think I'd be creeped out if I encountered one

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&wiseguy We did...I with a Canon, and my husband with Smith & Wesson.

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I hate them too! Used to see them all the time when visiting my father in Texas. They would try and attack the cats around the house.

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I love your name: Goodyoneshoe. That would be a great name for a rock band. I live in Wisconsin where no armadillos are, but I've seen plenty on road trips to Texas and New Mexico.

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&ammybella and &BrianPowell Yes, they are here! I have heard about the diseases they carry which makes me even more wary of them. We used to see them only at night. However, the other morning there were four tearing up my yard in broad daylight! The attached photo is of one of them. He won't be back...nor will his little friends!

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