Banjo-playing armadillos are a common sight in Texas. These curious creatures are often seen strumming their banjos and tapping their feet underneath a big oak tree. Their way of relaxing after digging up gardens for grub worms.
While their music is often enjoyed by humans, it can also be a source of contention. Some believe the animals should be allowed to play their music, while others think they should be silenced. Regardless of the debate, there is no doubt that banjo-playing armadillos are a unique part of Texas culture.
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