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What makes the platypus special?

Facts about the platypus

Hey there, join us as we dive deep into the world of the platypus—the strange but oh so cute Australian animal. Enjoy!

Why is the platypus such a weird animal?

The platypus is a mixture of many different animals, and this is what makes it so unique. It's poisonous like a snake, it swims and has webbed feet like a duck, it has fur and a tail like a beaver, it walks close to the ground like a lizard. It is a marsupial that lays eggs, and the only other animal in the world that does this is the echidna.

Does the platypus have teeth?

No, the platypus doesn't have teeth. It moves its bill in a way that allows it to grind its food. It also scoops up rocks and dirt to help it grind down its food as it eats. How clever!

Does the platypus lay eggs?

Yes, the platypus and the echidna are the only two marsupials in the world that lay eggs.

What do you call a group of platypus?

A group of platypus is called a paddle. What do you call a baby platypus? A baby platypus is called a puggle. Such a cute name! Stickers:

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The thrill of travel and different cultures the world has to offer no doubt excites all of us adults and enlightens us on the amazing experiences out there. But what about our children? 
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Facts about the emu

Facts about the emu

Hey there, Luka and I had an emu-sing time chatting about the emu.

Can the emu fly?

Emus are one of the largest birds on earth. They're very heavy birds with little wings which means they can't fly. There are other flightless birds such as the kiwi, ostrich, cassowary and penguin.

How fast can emus run?

Emus may not fly, but they can run very fast, up to 48 kmph (28mph), and their little wings help them keep their balance.

How long can emus go without food and water? After the female emu lays her eggs, the male emu sits on the eggs for 2 months. He doesn't eat, drink or leave during this time.

What do you call a group of emus?

A group of emus is called a mob. The same collective noun for a group of kangaroos.

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