AFTER 17 HOURS IN LAB
A little bit of my mind and soul.
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Rollie the armadillo acts just like a puppy!
You may have already seen the video above of Rollie playing with his favorite toy, but unlike your pet dog, armadillos have very poor vision. In fact they’re being studied to understand vision disorders in humans.
They actually have a lot of peculiar qualities. Did you know that armadillos give birth to identical quadruplets and on average sleep up to 18 hours per day? Two UC Davis alums have published a book about the armadillo and you can find out more about it here.
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