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A gorgeous echidna, at Port Sorell on Tassie's north-west coast, thanks to @hennietas who says 🦔
Short-beaked Echidna which is native to Tasmania and one of only 4 living species in Australia searching for ants, worms etc. Our favourite animal in Tassie. Female lays one egg and deposits it directly into her pouch. Puggle hatches like a reptile and stays in pouch for 50 days. Puggle will remain in den for almost a year. Monotreme and related to platypus. Only egg laying mammals 🦔
Happy Father's Day. After a 10 hour session yesterday that finished at 0530 this morning, I am beat. The good news is that we booked a win and are knocking on the door of our $15k goal. In the meantime, I'll be recovering and staying away from sessions over 5 hours in the foreseeable future.
Short-beaked Echidna (Tachyglossus aculeatus) Captive - taken at Los Angeles Zoo. Native to Australia, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea. Besides this, there are three other echidna species in the world.
Echidna is a monotreme mammal ("Monotremata" means “one-holed” - has only one backside opening (the cloaca) for laying eggs, discharging urine and feces). Out of five thousand mammal species on Earth, only Echidnas and Platypus lay eggs.
Echidnas eat and breathe through a tubular beak. A Short-beaked Echidna has approximately 400 electroreceptors at the tip of its beak. That helps to locate its prey (mostly ants and termites) when it rains.
Echidna and Platypus are the most ancient living species of mammals. Besides laying eggs, they also have primitive skeletal features that have been lost in other living mammals. Genetically, the closest living relatives of monotremes are marsupials. #lazoo#abc7eyewitness#abc7la#echidna#monotreme@thelosangeleszoo#mammal@lazoo
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🔮Horóscopo espiritual para Sagitario ♐️ durante la Luna llena 🌕 del 17 - 20 de Junio en Capricornio ♑️. 🧿Animal: Equidna 🧿Mensaje: Puedes asustarte con las apariencias, porque afuera todo parece puntiagudo, que te va a lastimar; y las cosas se ponen peores si las personas que se atraviesan en el camino traen energía de combate. Entrar en el juego? Ese es el dilema. Hay que escoger inteligentemente tus dilemas. Entonces es bueno ver lo que pasa en esa realidad inhumana pero hay que ser fuerte y seguir caminando evitando caer en conflictos, dejando caer el ego.
🧿Color en alimentos y accesorios: verde 🥒
🧿Cuarzo o piedra: serpentina 🧿Elemento: Aire 🌬 🔮Horoscope spiritual for Sagittarius ♐️ during the full moon 🌕 from June 17 - 20 in Capricorn ♑️. 🧿 Animal: Echidna 🧿Message: You can be scared by appearances, because everything seems pointy on the outside, it's going to hurt you; and things get worse if the people who cross the road bring combat energy. Enter the game? That is the dilemma. You have to choose your dilemmas intelligently. Then it is good to see what happens in that inhuman reality but you have to be strong and keep walking avoiding falling into conflicts, dropping the ego. 🧿Color in food and accessories: green 🥒 🧿 Quartz or stone: serpentine 🧿 Element: Air 🌬
We got to walk onto the Australian exhibit to play with some of the sweetest animals today. 🐨🦘🦔 Plus a private VIP tour of the rest of the zoo. Thank you Muriel and @lazoo for a wonderful day! #koala#wallaby#echidna
Listen to all that munching! That's one hungry wild free roaming wombat!
For one of the best wildlife experiences in #Tasmania you can't go past Cradle Mountain. In David Attenboroughs own words, the (nocturnal) animals do strange things here, like venturing out during the daylight hours and going about their normal activities without fear of humans. Cradle Mountain is definitely a must do for all wildlife enthusiasts and as one bitten by the bug, it still and will always remain my number one top destination in Tassie
Our Echidnas returned from the breeding program today and one of us is beyond excited about it! (Hint: it’s me) 💙
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The Kangaroo Island short-beaked echidna (Tachyglossus aculeatus multiaculeatus). While spending some time in South Australia, I was fortunate enough to run into one of Australia’s most iconic mammals on an afternoon hike. Having only seen a few echidnas in my lifetime, this was an especially rare find as it is lighter in colour than the mainland subspecies, and also has longer and thinner spines.
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A dangerous crossing.
A kangaroo island echidna (Tachyglossus aculeatus multiaculeatus), crosses a dirt road on Kangraoo Island.
A sub-species of the mainland species, they are only found (as the name implies) on Kangaroo Island (South Australia). Listed as endangered, key threats include habitat destruction and fragmentation, predation by feral cats, and road mortality.