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Re: need some advice NOW Armadillos

In a message dated 8/17/2004 4:50:58 PM Central Standard Time,  
jsinger@igc.org writes:

It  seriously reduced their digging around here for  awhile.

I would do the same thing if I ever saw a live one, but they do their  
digging at night right before they run into the highway to get squashed.   Oh, I did 
see a baby armadillo walking on main street the other day.  It  was very 
cute.  You have to take in consideration the fact that our main  street is the 
post office, the town hall and the fire station, all of which are  tiny, with 
three other buildings that are vacant.  It is one block  long.

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