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Name: Short-Beaked Echidna Category: Strange Wonders Card Number: 11 Front: Short-Beaked Echidna Strange Wonders card 11 front Back: Short-Beaked Echidna Strange Wonders card 11 back Trading Card: None

Top 10 Strangest Genitalia In the Animal Kingdom - The Echidna’s 4-Headed Penis

Top 10 Strangest Genitalia In the Animal Kingdom

World’s Weirdest Penis Studied When National Geographic Emerging Explorer Lucy Cooke headed to Tasmania, Australia, this year, she on the lookout for the echidna, an ancient termite-eating hedgehog with a four-headed penis.

Not sure what it is. Looks either like a member of the hedgehog family or maybe a tiny anteater? Anyways adorable

Baby Echidna Puggle - Is a spiny monotremes which is one of the rare egg laying mammals - Pixdaus

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Echidnas, sometimes known as spiny anteaters, are a type of egg-laying mammal found in Australia and New Guinea. Diet consists largely of ants and termites. They are named after a monster in ancient Greek mythology.

baby Echidna Puggle- zooborns.com

Previous pinner: "BABY PUGGLE" Me: It's an echidna baby, called a "puggle." They're sometimes called "spiny anteaters" and they're egg-laying mammals. Any way you slice it, this is one handful of strange critter!

It’s venomous, It’s got a duck’s bill, and otter’s feet and a mammal’s body. Oh, and it lays eggs. No wonder Western naturalists were confused by the platypus when it was first introduced. The platypus, along with the echidna, is a monotreme (egg-laying mammal). It’s native to Australia and Tasmania where it was hunted to near-extinction during the 1800s for its fur, but has been protected since the turn of the 20th century.

The platypus is a semiaquatic mammal endemic to eastern Australia, including Tasmania. Together with the four species of echidna, it is one of the five extant species of monotremes, the only mammals that lay eggs instead of giving birth.

Name: Short-Beaked Echidna Category: Strange Wonders Card Number: 11 Front: Short-Beaked Echidna Strange Wonders card 11 front Back: Short-Beaked Echidna Strange Wonders card 11 back Trading Card: None

'Extinct' marsupial rediscovered after 100 years

A crest-tailed mulgara, a small carnivorous marsupial known only from fossilised bone fragments and presumed extinct in NSW for more than century, has been discovered in Sturt National Park north-west of Tibooburra.

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Julia Malanina is a graphic designer and illustrator based in Kiev, Ukraine. She created these funny monkey characters for a series of posters for Scholz & Friends, Berlin.

I did NOT know about this cool little animal........until today.   :-)  Echidnas.  Mother and baby (known as a puggle).  This is one of 2 puggles born at Perth Zoo.  These puggles represent the first zoo-born Echidnas ever.  Interesting little animals.

Echidna mama and baby puggle - spiny ant eaters, native to Australia and New Guinea.

The tufted deer, Elaphodus cephalophus, is a small species of deer characterized by a prominent tuft of black hair on its forehead and fang-like canines for the males. It is a close relative of the muntjac, living somewhat further north over a wide area of central China and northeastern Myanmar.

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The Tufted Deer is a small species of deer characterized by the prominent tuft of black hair on its forehead and fang-like canines for the males. It is a close relative of the muntjac, living somewhat further north over a wide area of central China.

wha!!!!!!!!! that snake could eat this baby.

WTF is wrong with people? Some people shouldn't reproduce. I just created a new board becsuse of THIS pin!

Caught in Murmansk, Russia. May be a Frill shark (Chlamydoselachus anguineus).

Caught in Murmansk, Russia.

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