Six-banded Armadillo Euphractus sexcinctus 

Six-banded Armadillo
6-banded Armadillo
Yellow Armadillo
The Six-banded Armadillo, also called the Yellow Armadillo, is native mainly to Brazil but also to northern Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay and Bolivia.
Six-banded Armadillo
6-banded Armadillo
Yellow Armadillo
Like all armadillos, its topside is covered in bony plates for protection. The armour is usually beige but often has a yellow or a reddish hue.
Six-banded Armadillo
6-banded Armadillo
Yellow Armadillo
The tail and back armour.
Six-banded Armadillo
6-banded Armadillo
Yellow Armadillo
 Unlike other armadillos, they are mainly diurnal. They are mainly solitary and live mostly on open grassland, eating both plant and animal matter.