He's trying his best, okay?

Harvey the armadillo recently got a new bed for his home at Roger Williams Park Zoo in Providence. The leopard-print bed looks like it would make an incredibly cozy place for Harvey to take an afternoon snooze, but he doesn't know that quite yet. In fact, he's still trying to figure out what the heck to do with this new cushy item.

The zoo shared a video of Harvey trying to figure out his new bed on Saturday, and it's complete and utter (adorable) chaos. In the video, he had flipped the bed upside down and had taken to running around with his entire body underneath. You'd never know there was a cute little armadillo under all that fluff! Obviously unable to see under the bed, though, Harvey bumped into a few things here and there before scurrying out of his spot. It's safe to say he didn't learn his lesson though because before long, Harvey was right back under the bed, bonking his way around the room again.

"His bed needs a window!" Facebook user Hugh Minor commented.

Surely, Harvey will figure out his bed sooner or later, but until now, we'll enjoy this hilarious video of him struggling through the learning process.

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Harvey is far from the only adorable armadillo at Roger Williams Park Zoo. Back in April, the zoo welcomed four identical female nine-banded armadillos named after the Golden Girls. While the girls are still enjoying time off-exhibit with mom, the zoo said they are a part of its Animal Ambassador family, and will join education staff on visits to local schools and around the zoo once they are fully grown.

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