FOOTAGE OF ARMADILLO ENTERING TOP RIGHT AND CROSSING LEFT THEN RUNNING CENTER ON A GREEN SCREEN.

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Armadillos are placental mammals in the order Cingulata, with 2 surviving families the Chlamyphoridae and Dasypodidae. Armadillos have more than 20 species, from 8 genera.

 

Quick facts:

Although armadillos are different and have +20 breeds, they have differences:

  • Giant armadillo: This is the largest armadillo species. 
  • Pink fairy armadillo: It is the smallest species, with a pink-skin color. 
  • Three-banded armadillo: Has 3 bands, or sections.
  • Nine-banded armadillo: Has 7 to 11 bands.
  • Screaming hairy armadillo: Has more hair on its body than some other armadillos.

But generally, an armadillo doesn’t bite as they have tiny mouths and small peg-like teeth used for grinding. They have quick short legs.

 

No mammal has a hard shell except for the armadillo, which makes it a protection shield from predators.

 

They are known for their swimming abilities and walking underwater. Armadillos are such great divers, they can hold their breath underwater for 4-6 minutes, the average for humans is 1-2 minutes.

An average armadillo’s length is 30 inches (75 cm), The giant armadillo is clearly the largest of its kind with a length of 5.9 feet at the tail (180 cm).

On the other side, the pink fairy is the smallest, it measures between 4 and 6 inches (10 and 15 cm).

 

Footage details: Armadillo green screen footage 

A six-banded armadillo enters the top right and crosses left then runs the center. You can use this clip as a simulation of nature and wildlife. The Armadillo footage was shot using a green background in our GreenScreen Animals studios, with a Blackmagic camera at 23.98 @ 60 fps. The clip is ready for production purposes and comes with prep-ready resolutions: 1080, 2K, 3K, 4K, 5K, and 6K.

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Armadillo green screen footage

 

If you’re looking for similar armadillo green footage, take a look at these:

 

Video of three-banded armadillo walking and exiting left

Three-banded armadillo walking and exiting left

 

Video of a three-banded armadillo facing forward and moving to the left

Three-banded armadillo facing forward and moving to the left

 

Video of three-banded armadillo facing right and exiting right

Three-banded armadillo facing right and exiting right

 

Video of three-banded armadillo crossing left to right

Three-banded armadillo crossing left to right

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