Rollie the Armadillo Will Roll Directly Into Your Heart

I never thought I’d ever want a baby armadillo, but here I am, watching a baby armadillo roll around on carpet, and I absolutely want one. I wonder how much one of these little guy’s costs? Or what their diet consist of? For some reason I think they eat insects. Shouldn’t be too hard to find a ton of insects to feed my baby armadillo. My only worry is that I start hanging with the armadillo crowd. People who have pet armadillo’s don’t seem like they’d be the most normal bunch. I think it’s a chance worth taking.

– Ryan

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Posted on July 29, 2014, in Average Blog Posts and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Rollie is not a baby. He’s full grown and nine-years old. Three-banded armadillos are native to South America, and they are omnivores and insectivores. In the wild, they may eat things like ants, termites, beetle larvae, as well as fruits and vegetables. Rollie loves mealworms. Rollie is also not a pet. He’s an Education Animal Ambassador of the NEW Zoo and Adventure Park in Green Bay, WI, which is an AZA-accredited zoo that participates in the Species Survival Plan for many endangered animals.

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