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 About the Platypus?

Answer Once thought by early scientists to be the work of a clever hoax, the platypus is one of the few animals known to science to actually turn out to be stranger in fact than in fiction. Combining trai... Read More »
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What is a duckbill platypus?

The duckbill platypus is an odd-looking mammal that lives in Australian woodlands near ponds, lakes and rivers. The duckbill platypus is a monotreme, meaning that it lays eggs to reproduce.SizeThe ... Read More »
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The Platypus Diet?

The platypus, also known as the duckbill platypus, is a mammal native to Australia that has a body much like an otter's, a tail similar to a beaver's, and a bill and webbing on its feet like that o... Read More »
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What is the name of a baby platypus?

A commonly misused term for a baby platypus is "puggle," which was actually a term coined for echidnas. There is no scientific or official name for a baby platypus; however, an appropriate coined t... Read More »
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What is the platypus's diet?

The National Geographic website describes the diet of the platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) as a mixture of whatever it can capture from the bottom of its watery hunitng grounds. This unique semi... Read More »
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