Echidnas and spiny anteaters
Order : Monotremata
Family : Tachyglossidae
Animals in the family Tachyglossidae
|Long-beaked echidna or New Guinean echidna
Facts about the family Tachyglossidae, the echidnas and spiny anteaters
1) first research that documented HOW echidnas mate in the wild 2) discovered that echidnas are 5 to 7 years old before they reach sexual maturity 3) determined that population growth of echidnas is very slow.
Along with the platypus, echidnas are the world's only monotremes, or egg-laying mammals.
Echidnas are also known as "the spiney ant-eater.
His nolble-enough upbringing by the Brotherhood (being raised by a bunch of 100-300 years aged Echidnas is noble enough.
Life expectancy of echidnas is over 50 years.
mammals) The duckbill platypus and the spiny anteaters are the only known monotremes.
Monotremes (Egg-laying mammals) The duckbill platypus and the spiny anteaters are the only known monotremes.
Most mammals bear their young alive, but the egg-laying duck-billed platypus and spiny anteaters are exceptions.
TACHYGLOSSIDAE Tachyglossidae is the echidnas family of mammals.
The breeding season for echidnas is between July and August, following which a single egg is laid.
The Spiny Anteaters are an Ottawa based quartet.
The Spiny Anteaters are: Ray BaylissCathy CheshinMarianne HeiszAndrew Heisz Recorded at Call The Office on June 24, '91 by Scott Stevens
They, along with spiny anteaters, are > monotremes, and lay eggs.
Echidna's is like the platypus they are both monotremes which are mammals that only have one opening for their eggs and their body waste. (Full text)
Echidnas is on ABC TV on17/11/2004 at 10:15am. (Full text)
Spiny anteaters are sometimes called spiny echidnas. (Full text)
Monotremes (egg-laying mammals) such as echidnas (spiny anteaters) are among the mammals commonly found on the island, as are marsupials, including tree kangaroos, wallabies, and phalangers. (Full text)
BreedingThe breeding season for echidnas is from the end of June to September. (Full text)
Echidnas is a non-profit, self-help organization for adolescents with Asperger's Syndrome or High-Functioning Autism, dedicated to developing social and life skills that promote independence and productivity in adulthood. (Full text)
Which of the following about echidnas is correct? (Full text)
Found only in Australia and New Guinea, echidnas are very un-mammal-like mammals. (Full text)
Together with the platypus, echidnas are the only surviving "monotremes," egg-laying mammals. (Full text)
Sometimes called spiny anteaters, echidnas are the only surviving monotremes apart from the platypus. (Full text)
Together with the platypus, echidnas are the world's only monotremes, or egg-laying mammals. (Full text)
The breeding season for Echidnas is the end of June to September. (Full text)
Spiny anteaters are unusual mammals because they lay eggs. (Full text)