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Jack Ashby Oct 28
Look how hard an rams its ant-eating snout into the ground to try and find the insects. ๐Ÿ‘ƒ๐Ÿœ๐Ÿœ
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Zoos Victoria 7 Oct 17
Did you know that ' tongues can be up to 18cm long!? Big thanks to Christmas the echidna for being kind enough to show us proof!
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Tim the Yowie Man 5 Dec 15
what's the best common noun for ? 'a huddle'? 'a spike', a pin cushion'? lemme know
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Ted Stankowich ๐Ÿฆ”๐ŸฆŒ๐Ÿฆ“๐Ÿบ Apr 11
Color marking . Sometimes you have to find creative solutions... Each individual gets a unique combination of marks on different parts of the body. Let's me ID them from a distance. The spines are made of keratin, just like fingernails and hair.
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Jack Ashby 16 Oct 18
Replying to @edyong209
"Platypuses don't have stomachs?", you say?! โ‰๏ธ๐Ÿ˜ถ๐Ÿคซ I do say. And neither do . Read all about it in 's article here :
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Jack Ashby Oct 21
Imagine if - through the magic of biology - you could convert millions of ants into something this wonderful.
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Guardian Australia 21 Feb 18
5. The back feet of the point backwards to help them dig their burrows. This originally bewildered British taxidermists who, thinking there must be a mistake, rotated the feet forward
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Eagle's Roost B&B Dec 11
What a cool little dude to come visiting this week! Love love love . So much action in
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Jack Ashby Nov 4
Being spotted by a spiny ball of fluff with a centre parting.
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Guardian Australia 21 Feb 18
3. There's app encouraging Australians to photograph wild and collect their scat (๐Ÿ’ฉ) in order to help scientists gather more information about them
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Bronwyn Fancourt Dec 9
We found our first survivors this morning. This was very appreciative for some moisture and food in a landscape devoid of life. 2 and 3 so far. Unfortunately no yet.
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Remember The Wild Jul 12
Even need a little TLC every now and then!
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Pam Whetnall Jan 7
Replying to @echidna_csi
2/2 This is the first echidna Iโ€™ve seen up at Anstey Hill - and iโ€™ve only seen a few wild ones. It was doing some series digging with those big claws
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Prof Emma L Johnston AO FTSE 24 Sep 15
And the world breathes a collective sigh of relief to discover that are not born with their spines.
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Zoos Victoria 9 Feb 17
The gangโ€™s all here! Sunny, Matilda & Blondie the of love to catch up for chat!
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Zoos Victoria 28 Aug 16
love to go exploring. Come and visit this little guy and his cousins down at !
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Karen Percy Jan 10
The best part of this job is meeting the locals!
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Zoos Victoria 28 Jul 17
Do you ever meet up with a friend for a lunch date? Sunny & Blondie catch up all the time!
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Brookfield Zoo 23 Mar 17
love meeting guests! When you visit this summer, be sure to stop by Australia House & say g'day to Pokey & Adelaide!
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Bindi Irwin 10 Oct 12
This is Muggle the puggle Wildlife Hospital. Puggles are baby echidnas. Isn't it gorgeous!
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