armor

Via: Environmental Graffiti
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This critter is totally squee, but what is it? Looks a lot like an armadillo... except furry... with humongous claws... Help me get to the bottom of this mystery squeeps!

-Sally Squeeps

Via: Zoo Mofos
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It was a very close contest, but in the end the Armadillo won last week's face-off to become this week's Squee Spree creature! So look forward to many more rolly-polly squees!

  • Sally Squeeps
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Bye-bye Squeemadillo! It was a wonderfully squee week, and we'll all miss you. Roll along now, but you should come back and visit us at Daily Squee soon!

  • Sally Squeeps
Via: Animals
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I wonder if Armadillos ever roll along as a ball when they need to get somewhere in a hurry? Or maybe that's only a trick they use at parties to impress new friends.

- Sally Squeeps

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Pangolins are the only mammals alive today that have bodies covered with thick, keratin scales - the same substance human nails are made from! It's no wonder this scaly squee has many nicknames like "scaly anteater", or "living pine cone", etc.

-Sally Squeeps