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Name: Nublar armadillo (Megadasypus nublarensis)
Description: A fairly large armadillo most closely resembling the seven-banded armadillo of mainland South America, this armored omnivore has done surprisingly well with the presence of Ingen’s prehistoric menagerie. Unlike their generally small and inoffensive cousins, these are quite big, stocky animals, averaging up to a meter and a half long, with the largest collected specimen weighing in at over 54 lbs. They're built rather like badgers, with a robust body and head and large stocky front limbs equipped with large claws suited for burrowing, and their teeth are quite a bit larger and sharper than the average armadillo, almost like tiny shark teeth; said dentition is put to use shredding up tubers and fungi, cracking birds’ eggs, and tearing apart lizards, birds, small mammals, and in recent years, baby dinosaurs. Coloration is generally similar to a typical