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Australian animals.

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Laura Jørgensen

on 18 December 2014

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Transcript of Australian animals.

The platypus.
The platypus is a mammal. It lives in the east coast and it is only found in Australia. It lives on insects in the water. It has a bill that looks like a ducks bill, and it has a long furry body. It can live up to 12 years. It is very shy and it is nocturnal. It lays two to four eggs. They are born with a claw on their ancles.
The kangaroo.
The kangaroo is a mammal and a marsupial. It lives near lakes, rivers and burrows. It stays in groups of around 100 kangaroos. It eats grass, leaves and plants. The kangaroo is the biggest marsupial in Australia. It hops on its big hind legs and it keeps the balance with the tail. It can reach a speed of sixty kilometres per hour. Kangaroos give birth to one baby at a time. The baby is as small as a jelly bean. It stays in its mother's pouch for nine months.
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