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Armadillos are on the move. The nine-banded armadillo is native to Central and South America but was recorded in Texas, where it is the state mammal, as early as 1849. It has continued to expand its range in the U.S. ever since. Some towns in western North Carolina, for example, recently claimed to be "besieged" by armadillos. This map shows where the nine-banded armadillo has been observed in North Carolina over the last 15 years: www.ncwildlife.org/Portals/0/Learning/images/Species/Mammals/Map-Armadillo-Sightings-2007-2020-Cumulative.jpg
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