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Echidna, Tachyglossus Aculeatus (photo), by HJ Burrell, 1914-1918  © Australian Museum

Echidna, Tachyglossus Aculeatus (photo), by HJ Burrell, © Australian Museum

Ochres on an oval shaped bark panel depicting a camping scene with trees, low hills and a stream. A kangaroo, lizard, echidna, a dog and two human figures feature in the landscape, one of whom is about to throw a spear at a large crocodile in the stream.

Ochres on an oval shaped bark panel depicting a camping scene with trees, low hills and a stream. A kangaroo, lizard, echidna, a dog and two human figures feature in the landscape, one of whom is about to throw a spear at a large crocodile in the stream.

The platypus is semiaquatic, inhabiting small streams and rivers over an extensive range from the cold highlands...to the tropical rainforests of coastal Queensland...Inland, its distribution is not well known; it is extinct in South Australia (except for Kangaroo Island) and is no longer found in the main part of the Murray-Darling Basin, possibly due to the declining water quality...

The Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) is a semi-aquatic mammal endemic to eastern Australia, including Tasmania.

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Echidna Rolled Up (photo), by HJ Burrell, 1914-1918 © Australian Museum

HJ Burrell photo: Echidna rolled up

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Photographic Print (various sizes); Eastern long-beaked echidna (Zaglossus bartoni) , crossing a rocky stream. Papua New Guinea (endemic)

Photographic Print (various sizes); Eastern long-beaked echidna (Zaglossus bartoni) , crossing a rocky stream. Papua New Guinea (endemic)

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