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Re: aramdillos

They are all around Texas, but do not get into most subdivision areas, or  
fenced yards.  Folks in the country complain about them at times, but no  more 
so than the deer, etc.  They dig for grubs and such.  They come  out at night 
only, are quite timid, slow moving....and not fond of people....so  they tend 
to stay away from crowded areas.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 11/11/2008 3:55:10 PM Central Standard Time,  
gossiper@sbcglobal.net writes:

and you  southern folks, do you consider them a 'good' or bad' critter in  the

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