[Spanish] plural armadillos

The Armadillo is an armour-plated mammal from Central and South America and the south western United States. Some armadillos are edible or, at least, eaten! The three banded armadillo, a native of South America, is among them. They are often used for making sausages and the roast red meat is said to taste like roast beef. Traditionally the little feet are served with the leg.

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