Platypus – Ornithorynchus anatinus
The platypus belongs to the family of ornithorhynchidae and ornithorynchus gender.
Most of its foods are found in the water. There are, among others, crayfish, mussels, trout eggs, tadpoles, shrimp, fish, etc. Its carnivore also hunts dragonflies, flies, mayflies and earthworms. It lives mostly at night away from observation. It does not present a form of hierarchical society.
Between the months of August and October is the season of love. Males fight to have more females. The female swim next to the male to encourage him to act. She then digs a burrow for hatching eggs and nurse their young. She incubates 10 days and breastfeeds for 4 months.
It deals mainly with the coasts of Australia. The State of Queensland, the New South Gale and Victoria harbor. This also exists on the island of Tasmania.