A Whitley County sheriff’s deputy took this photo of a dead armadillo in Whitley County. Armadillos, which typically live in the south and southeast, have been spotted as far north as Indiana in recent years.
A Whitley County sheriff’s deputy took this photo of a dead armadillo in Whitley County. Armadillos, which typically live in the south and southeast, have been spotted as far north as Indiana in recent years. Whitley County Sheriff’s Department
A Whitley County sheriff’s deputy took this photo of a dead armadillo in Whitley County. Armadillos, which typically live in the south and southeast, have been spotted as far north as Indiana in recent years. Whitley County Sheriff’s Department

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