According to zoologists, armadillos are mammals with tough leather hides classified in the Exafroplacentalia clade and Xenarthra superorder, two categories that also include sloths and anteaters. According to me, however, armadillos are pokéballs with freakin’ muskrats living inside them.
Leprosy is both incredibly rare and treatable in the United States. There are only about 150-250 cases of leprosy in the U.S. each year. Most of these people get it when they travel overseas. But what about people who haven't traveled outside the country? The government believes those people most likely contract it…
The lovable armored creature that is the armadillo carries with it leprosy, a disease stigmatized by mankind throughout history. Can humans actually contract leprosy from a these tank-like wonders of nature?