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2012 Uruguay Peso coin pendant escudo Mulita armadillo Montevideo Sol de Mayo Artigas Casabó Maldonado Melo Rocha Cocoliche Lunfardo n000834

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Commemorative issue

Uruguay 1 Peso {2011-2019} 2S 1L2012

front: Mulita (Dasypus hybridus)
Mulita is a shielded mammal, same family of armadillo, tatu and peludo, but is the smallest specie of the group.

Mulita (means little mule) is a shielded mammal, smallest species of the family of tatu (name of Brazilian origin, derived from a native language) and peludo (meaning hairy, since it has long and thick hairs on its body). They mainly can be distinguished by their size and the number of bands in the shield. Mulita's and tatu's diet is mainly vegetarian and insectivorous, while peludo is a scavenger. Builds long caves to live in and protect, and when in danger can bend its body into a ball shape, so the shield covers all its parts.

back: Coat of Arms

Translation: Oriental Republic of Uruguay

• quantity 1
• polished Brass plated steel coin
• diameter: 20 mm
• weight: 3.5 g

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