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Nine-banded Armadillo Photograph - Snuffleupagus by AnnaJo Vahle

Snuffleupagus is a photograph by AnnaJo Vahle which was uploaded on May 5th, 2013.

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Oh my, what a great capture AnnaJo! I must add this to my likes and favs! :) L/F!!

Excellent work, wonderful capture!

AnnaJo - you were lucky to see this elusive little fellow during daylight hours. They are fun to watch as they root through leaves - such interesting creatures - wonderful photo!

great shot these little guys are very hard to see for the most part thank you for sharing f/v

AnnaJo Vahle replied:

Thank you very much, Joe.

What a wonderful capture of an armadillo! To me, this is very rare. Thank you for sharing! V/F

AnnaJo Vahle replied:

It is not as common as it used to be for me, too, Phyllis. It is so difficult to get a decent photo of them.

Hi Annajo, I always like visiting your site. I just had to look at this up more closely This is quite an unusual and interesting image. The info in your description is highly informative. Thanks for including it. I will keep returning to your site often. F/V

AnnaJo Vahle replied:

Thank you for your high praise, Anne-Elizabeth. I hope that you visit often.

Hello there, I know long time no type! (on my part) anyways love this prehistoric creature! Looks so cool and like he is from a "Mad Max" movie! I've never seen one in person! Great capture... FV.. thanks for all your visits.. sorry I am behind in my replies and such! Hope you are having a wonderful start to June... VF.. until next time!

AnnaJo Vahle replied:

Always so nice to hear from you, Kym. I totally understand that life gets in the way from time to time. Just now had to rush to get out of the rain, which started just as I set up my easel and paints. Grrrrrr...frustrating to waste those moments when I actually have time and the urge.

Very nice work!! V/F

AnnaJo Vahle replied:

Thank you, John.

Great capture, AnnaJo. vote

AnnaJo Vahle replied:

Thank you, Joanna.

Wonderful capture AnnaJo :)

AnnaJo Vahle replied:

Thank you, Lori.

I like your new friend :)) Awesome capture AnnaJo! V/F

AnnaJo Vahle replied:

LOL...Thank you, Bob.

Fantastic capture!! Wow, so cool! F/V

AnnaJo Vahle replied:

Thank you, Barbars. It is always exciting to see them and even more exciting when I can get a decent shot of them. They are so shy.

Oooh, what a great find, and so wonderfully captured, AnnaJo!!!! :)))fv

AnnaJo Vahle replied:

Thank you so much, Laurie.

What a neat shot of this amazing creature AnnaJo... :-) fv

AnnaJo Vahle replied:

They are strange, aren't they? Thank you for your comment and f/v, Nick.

What a wonderful shot! :D You will have to paint him now! :D

AnnaJo Vahle replied:

Hahaha...yes...I probably will. Thank you for your visit, Debbie.

Very nice lighting to really help to make it stand out! voted

AnnaJo Vahle replied:

Thank you, Robert.

Nice shot! I see these so rarely when I'm out hiking here in GA, that they tend to startle me sometimes as they make kind of a lot of noise. f/v

AnnaJo Vahle replied:

LOL...you are right, Daniel...they are a bit noisy as they sniff around through the leaves.

Great capture!! v

AnnaJo Vahle replied:

Thanks, Deborah, for both your visit and vote.

Great capture, they are usually pretty shy when it comes to photographing them, you did great. voted

AnnaJo Vahle replied:

Thanks, Rosalie, for the comment and vote. They are shy for certain.

An armadillo running free out of a zoo?! And not on Texas! Now that is something to talk about. Wonderful shot AnnaJo! v/f

AnnaJo Vahle replied:

Hahah...Yes, we have them around here, too. Sadly, they sometimes are accidentally hit on the roads on occasion.

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