Echidnas, sometimes known as spiny anteaters, are monotremes, or mammals that lay eggs. Did you know baby echidnas are called puggles?
Echidna’s protect themselves from harm by either curling into a ball or hiding in the soil or a crevice or log and exposing only their spines or hiding in the soil or a crevice or log.
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