SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) — The Sacramento Zoo said a six-banded armadillo named Josephine escaped from the zoo’s Interpretive Center on Thursday morning. 

She was safely found on Friday, 192-feet away from where she went missing, according to the zoo.

Before Josephine was returned to the Interpretive Center at the zoo she was given a clean bill of health by the zoo’s veterinary staff.

Josephine is part of the zoo’s education program, and she is “accustomed to being around people.” The zoo wants people to know she is not a threat to humans or even pets, like dogs and cats. 

According to the zoo, six-banded armadillos, like Josephine, can be active during the day and night. They will also dig underground for shelter and are “excellent diggers.” Although she has poor vision, the zoo said she has a great sense of smell. 

Her diet consists of mainly small insects. 

Josephine is about 18 inches in length and weighs 12 pounds.