By Josie April 25th, 2023
They can measure anywhere between 15-59 inches in length and 3-60 pounds in weight.
There's a wide range in size between different species of Armadillos.
The gorilla is the largest species of primate in the world.
An adult male can reach 5,9 feet and usually measure between 300-440 pounds.
They have nique shells composed of bony plates covered with tough skin, small pointed ears, and an elongated snout.
Gorilas are covered in thick black hair. They have powerful arms and legs, a pronounced brow ridge and distinctive nose.
Armadillos are native to the Americas, most prevalent in South America.
Gorillas are found in Uganda, Rwanda, and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Gorillas are known to live in groups called troops and are usually found in dense forests that provide them with shelter, food, and protection from predators.
Armadillos can be found in a variety of habitats, such as forests, grasslands, and deserts.
They create elaborate burrows to rest in during the day.
With their preference for the cover of darkness, armadillos are predominantly nocturnal, using the veil of night to forage for food.
Gorillas communicate through vocalizations, body language, and facial expressions.
They also groom each other, which helps to strengthen social bonds and maintain hygiene.
Armadillos are solitary creatures that don’t really engage with other individuals of the same species.
They use scent glands located on their bodies to mark their territories.