Joni Mitchell: I think she will love it or at least she would if she heard Joni Mitchell sing California. By Enter your email below to send a password reset email. The results of our ‘name Glyptodon‘ contest are in, and she will be called: Here we want to share the many creative and inventive suggestions made, and thank you all for participating, by suggesting names or voting for your favorite, as well as for showing your appreciation for our own Wesleyan Shelley the Glyptodon. Additionally, Xena comes from the Greek “xenos,” which translates to “stranger.” Poor girl has been missing from Wes’s collections for a while.
She has earned our respect and deserves to be treated like the self-possessed woman that she has become. Leave them blank to get signed up. Gyna: Yes because is close to her species name. The stories you want, in one weekly newsletter.
Glasgow. Glynda: Glynda the Glyptadon is a wonderful name; the alliteration alone makes it worthwhile, as well as the reference to Glinda, the good witch in the Wizard of Oz. Shelly: Shelly is a very motherly name, showing her protectiveness of her young Glyptodons.
The median life expectancy for three-banded armadillos is around 16 years. The number of armored bands identifies the different species, according to the San Diego Zoo. 06 October 2015. Worms Frozen for 42,000 Years in Siberian Permafrost Wriggle to Life, Elusive squid seen alive in natural habitat for first time (VIDEO). New York, There was a problem. Here we want to share the many creative and inventive suggestions made, and thank you all for participating, by suggesting names or voting for your favorite, as well as for showing your appreciation for, The Wesleyan University Ward & Howell Collection and Its Impact on the History of Science, Jurassic Fish: Salted Sardines in the Rocks, Museum Curation in the Time of Coronavirus, Specimen of the Month October 2019: Mosasaur, Wesleyan connection: it sounds very close to Cardinal, our beloved, Cardo means hinge in Latin. Please deactivate your ad blocker in order to see our subscription offer. They have been known to throw their bodies on top of snakes, killing them by cutting them with the sharp edges of their shells, according to the San Diego Zoo. Shelley: It is a name with which she can relate and identify in very personal ways. An armadillo's armor is made up of overlapping plates covering the back, head, legs and tail. But now she’s back and ready to get back in the spotlight!
We are your resource for Hill Country travel, things to do, places to eat, places to stay, tourism, events, lodging, and we feature Texas Hill Country info of all manners.Our Texas Hill Country magazine is the fastest growing Hill Country Magazine, and our Texas Hill Country Facebook page is growing by over 1,000 fans per day! Glynis loves that her name captures her identity, her history, and her quirky yet old-fashioned personality. The nine-banded armadillo is the official state animal of Texas. After a gestation period of two to five months, the female will give birth to one to 12 young in a birthing burrow. It’s a fun name that will get the Wesleyan community involved, and I believe Snorlax perfectly captures the character and personality of our Glyptodon. They usually sleep up to 16 hours each day in burrows, according to National Geographic. Their eyesight is poor, so they hunt with a highly developed sense of smell. It is only appropriate then we name her after America’s Number 1 drag talent, as they both share all these attributes. https://www.texasmonthly.com/articles/the-beer-that-made-armadillos-famous/. Internet Center for Wildlife Damage Management, National Wildlife Federation: Nine-Banded Armadillo. Sorry, we’re unable to find an account with that username and password. Groovy Tooth: She’s been called “glyptodon” in the past, for her grooved (Greek: glyptos) teeth (dont). Ellen: Because it will remind this lucky Glyptodon of the efforts of her brilliant, cool creator, who has created something that the whole Wesleyan community will enjoy in the years to come!!!!! © The place became quite famous, and the news gradually spread around the world. It all started in Venice, Italy, in 1638, when the Council of Venice Ridotto opened the first gambling house. Don't have an account? Get ready to see her whip her opponents tails, with her own! Beetle! According to the Internet Center for Wildlife Damage Management, armadillos are very picky about where they live based on what type of soil is found in the area. Pups mature quickly.
It’s playful, spunky, full of zest—just like our friendly neighborhood Glyptodon. Casinos have a long history. According to the San Diego Zoo, twin births are common. Armadillos are sometimes referred to as “modern-day dinosaurs” because of their bony shell, Dina/Dinah in Hebrew means vindicated which means show/prove to be right/reasonable. All armadillos live in Central and South America, except for one species.
Of course, it’s perfect. She oozes confidence that it takes to become America’s next fossil superstar. Armadillos have pointy snouts and long, sticky tongues, similar to anteaters, which are close cousins. Beetles are so small and she is so big (#no_body_shame). 6 "The Armadillo" Clyde Auditorium (pictured above); concert venue. Shangela (so we’d scream halleloo): Every time you pass the Glyptodon, do you ever scream “halleloo”? But we will love her. Some species are vulnerable, though. Ariel: Gender neutral name in Spanish; title of the most famous book ever written by a Uruguayan, José Enrique Rodo. The name Maya invites us to create nicknames: MyMy, Mypie, MayaPapaya, and many more.
Glypto-Rhonda’s back in the game!! Genesis: Because she is the first to be here!
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Glyptomaniac. Since the mid-19th century, nine-banded armadillos have expanded northward.
If you are an existing subscriber and haven't set up an account, please register for an online account. I looked into some Portuguese names and I found the Unisex name “Guiomar” — unisex because since we don’t know it’s specific biological gender. Source; https://www.behindthename.com/name/guiomar Other definitions of Guiomar describe someone who enjoys the freedom to do as they please, loathes restriction, and loves to be the center of attention!
Is that just me? If you want the name to reflect the efforts of women in science, choose the name of a professor whose scientific work inspires Wesleyan students. Other armadillo species simply dig a hole quickly and hunker down so that their tender stomach is protected and their armor is the only thing visible. Live Science is part of Future US Inc, an international media group and leading digital publisher. In other words, she can see herself in that name. Stay up to date on the coronavirus outbreak by signing up to our newsletter today. If you fill out the first name, last name, or agree to terms fields, you will NOT be added to the newsletter list. I chose this name specifically because it is a positive, nice sounding name that fills you with warmth. Rita Goode: First name derived from Emerita, the highest title given to female faculty by recognizing a lifetime of scholarship and impact on learners. The pink fairy armadillo is a nocturnal creature that survives mostly on insects and plants.
Subscribe or link your existing subscription. This name would pay homage to a very powerful magic heroine, and after all, magic is really just science in the end. Moreover, it’s a name that rolls off one’s tongue and, if she doesn’t like it, it will equally roll right off her back.. Shellie: I think she will absolutely love her name! Glapys the Glyptodon: Aside from the appealing alliteration, Glapys is a pun on both the given name “Gladys” and the Latin word “lapis,” which means stone. Glynis (full name: Glynis the Glitch): Yes, definitely. Pink Fairy Armadillo. Her camp exudes success over her minions throughout Wesleyan. The mule partakes of both the horse and the ass. The melding of theatre and science in this name is what a Wesleyan education is all about. Leave them blank to get signed up. Bear. Maya is a strong name, suitable for a strong Glyptodon!. You will receive a verification email shortly.
After some research I see that the glyptodon originates from South American countries, often times from places where Portuguese is spoken. (Image credit: Robert Eastman Shutterstock ). 2.
She’s a stranger in a strange land. With their long, sticky tongue, armadillos catch ants, beetles, termites and other insects after digging them out of the ground.
Last name honors the first curator of Wesleyan’s Museum of Natural History: George Brown Goode, class of 1870. She is the collective bae of our entire school- a friend, lover, confidante, leader to all. Armadillos have a wide range of colors.