The Six-banded Armadillo, also called the Yellow Armadillo, is native mainly to Brazil but also to northern Argentina,
Paraguay, Uruguay and Bolivia.
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.
The tail and back armour.
Unlike other armadillos, they are mainly diurnal. They are mainly solitary and live mostly on open grassland,
eating both plant and animal matter.