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FUN FACTS ABOUT MONOTREMES AND
Transcript of FUN FACTS ABOUT MONOTREMES AND
Monotremes are a class of mammals
There are two types of monotremes, the Platypus and the Echidna
Monotremes are also different from other mammals because they lay there eggs to reproduce
Monotremes are warm blooded
: the monotremes youngs are called `
Monotremes only live in Australia and New Guinea.
They feed their young with milk out of openings in their skin.
Their eggs stay within the mom for some time to get nutrients.
The main difference between monotremes and mammals is that monotrenes urinate, have bowel movements, and give birth out of one duct, called the cloaca.
Monotremes have a single bone in their lower jaw.
They have three middle ear bones.
The platypus mainly eats small aquatic crustacians and insects.
The echinda mainly eats insects, including ants.
The monotremes also have extra bones in the shoulder girdle, including an interclavicle and coracoid, witch are not found in other mammals.
Monotremes have a 7in tongue
By. Seth Leaf