Yes, Armadillos have teeth, but they are a little different than what we are used to. Their teeth have no enamel, and they do not have very many of them, just a few molars. This is because they eat insects.
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Armadillos have simple teeth, just the molars are left after years of evolution. While this doesn’t sound like they might be dangerous, they are still wild animals, and likely do not want to be held. If you do try to pick one up, use caution.
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