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Another of Australia's wonderful creatures, the echidna is one of only two monotremes or egg-laying mammals in the world. (The other is the Australian ...

The Echidna, or Spiny Anteater as it is known, looks like an oversized hedgehog with a long thin nose sticking out in front – one of nature's weirdest ...

The echidna, or spiny ant-eater, is another monotreme, which has a long sticky tongue and a prickly coat like a hedgehog or porcupine – so don't try and ...

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ECHIDNA aka the Spiny Anteater is an Australian native animal. Description from…

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Australian Echidna, sometimes known as the spiny anteater.


Echidnas , known as spiny anteaters are the only extant mammals that lay eggs. Echidnas

Along with the Platypus, Echidnas in monotremes order . As the only egg-laying

Perth Zoo has managed to breed two baby echidnas (known as puggles). Only

Echidna - Echidnas sometimes know as spiny anteaters, belong to the family Tachyglossidae in the monotreme order of egg laying mammals. They live i…

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Echidna Baby (known as a Puggle). Echidnas belong to a group of egg


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Western long-beaked echidna. Echidnas, sometimes known as spiny ant eaters, belong

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The name echidna refer to any member from three species of native ant-eating monotremes. Echidnas are unusual in that they are egg-laying mammals, …

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The long-beaked echidna is more like an anteater with hedgehog-look.

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Echidna (Spiny Anteater) on Kangaroo Island, Australia

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Beautiful Close Up Echidna walking along the ground - High Definition!! Australian Ant Eater

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Echindas are one of two of the only mammals that lay eggs, the other being platypuses. They are also called spiny anteaters and live in Australia and New ...

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An Echidna, otherwise known as a Spiny Ant Eater (Australia)

Anteater?--Porcupine?--seriously awkward love-child? The long-beaked Echidna is a rare mammal found in Papua New Guinea and is related to the Platypus.

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The australian echidna is sometimes called spiny anteater. Their bodies are brownish black and covered

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Babbin, one of a pair of short-beaked echidna puggles that were born at

A curious Echidna. Also known as spiny anteaters, they belong to the Tachyglossidae family in the monotreme order of egg-laying mammals.

Short-Beaked Echidna foraging for food in Australia



The Long-beaked Echidna: can we save the earth's oldest living mammal? Echidnas have strong legs, well adapted for digging. They dig their claws into the ...

Echidnas sometimes known as spiny anteaters, belong to the family Tachyglossidae in the monotreme order

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Little Beau, Taronga Zoo's Short-beaked Echidna Puggle baby, is doing very well under the watchful eyes of the nurses in their wildlife hospital, ...

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A Short-Beaked Echidna - A member of the Anteater Family

Echidna looks right at the camera. Females nurse their young (called puggles) sans nipples, secreting milk via a special gland in their pouch


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A baby Echidna is called a Puggle.

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