Platypus and the echidna are mammals that have the ability to lay eggs. There are two types of echidnas that lay eggs, the long beaked echidna and the short beaked echidna. The echidnas are also known as spiny anteaters and are usually found in Australia. The female echidna lays an egg immediately in 10 days after mating. She keeps it in her pouch for two to three months and then lays it out. The platypus also has the capacity to live in the water and it is also quite venomous. These two animals are native to Australia and considered as important species there. These animals are also known as monotremes.
The mammals that lay eggs are the echidna and the platypus
The Broad-Billed Platypus and the 2 types of Echidnas (the long-beaked and the short-beaked one).
Platypuses are the only mammals to lay eggs. I'm not really sure about birds though.
Broad billed platypus and the echidna are the worlds only two egg laying mammals it says so in my science book
The only mammals that lay eggs are a group called monotremes that includes the echidna from Australia and the platypus.
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Do koalas lay eggs or have live babies ?
Wales and platypus and guppy