(Picture by Drhoz)
    Argentinean bulettes (Bulia argentiniensis) are small burrowing insectivores, thriving in the spec-pampas. The species are rarely seen on the surface, and have small eyes and ears -  the latter protected by small, bony, hornlike extensions of the 'skullcap'. These horns are slightly larger in the males, but do not appear to be used in any combat function.
(Text by Drhoz)
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