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Grahm Collis

on 14 May 2010

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Transcript of Platypus

Platypus Life/mating It can live for up to 12 years It is one of only two mammals that can lay eggs Lays 2-4 eggs once a year Anatomy Males have poison spurs They do not have teeth, instead they have hard plates to grind food Have duck like bills, otter like feet, a beaver like tail, and lay eggs Food Searches for food almost 12 hours each day It is a carnivore Eats crafish, shrimp, worms, and insect larvae Males mate with 3-4 females once a year Females take care of the young Adaptations The bill has the ability to sense prey or predators through the water The tail stores fat Its poison spurs are usually used to assert dominance in the mating season http://bioweb.uwlax.edu/bio203/s2007/benrud_ryan/special_adaptations.htm http://www.genevaschools.org/austinbg/class/gray/platypus/ Also, they are known to be excellent secret agents
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