The Pholidota order comprises animals that resemble armadillos, though specialists say that they are more closely related with Carnivores. Instead of an armadillo's carapace, however, Pholidota have hard scales. When threatened by a predator, they wrap up, making it difficult for the other animal to attack them. They don't have teeth, and are basically insectivores. One representative of that order is the Pangolin (see image above), which can be found in Africa and Asia.