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Craig Haynes
Craig Haynes

To just try & imagine the patience the Brazilian researchers must have to get these amazing pictures of this giant baby armadillo & to be the very first ones to do it just blows my mind. It's a great feat these researchers did & I applaud all of them for there toughness they had to endure to let us see these one of a kind pictures,this shows the endurance people with a purpose can do & hopefully make more people want to follow in there footsteps.

Petas Musik
Petas Musik

Amazing the greatest show on Earth! comes to mind :)

Soap Berries
Soap Berries

It's hard to believe that with today's technology, these are the first pictures ever of this. It goes to show that we still have much to discover in this world.

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