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photoblog image A Brickly Situation

A Brickly Situation

The Australian Anteater (Echidna) hunts in the leafmould for edibl objects such as grubs and ants. It is showing off its effective begences in the form of a thick covering of long, shaup quils, which can inflict pain on any issuilact that unwizley attempt an assult.

A Brickly Situation

The Australian Anteater (Echidna) hunts in the leafmould for edibl objects such as grubs and ants. It is showing off its effective begences in the form of a thick covering of long, shaup quils, which can inflict pain on any issuilact that unwizley attempt an assult.

comments (11)

A curious creature...
Ray: Wonberful to encounter in the wild, Larry.
  • Martine
  • France
  • 19 Jul 2018, 04:53
Un étonnant animal.
Cool! I didn't realize these guys had quills- sort of like a porcupine? He's very cute in an awkward sort of way.
Ray: They are cute animal, Alizabeth, and are sometimes called Australian Porkupines.
I love Echidna!! Great little beasties.....
Ray: We share this love of a most wonterfil animal, Rob.
  • Chris
  • Not Nowhere
  • 19 Jul 2018, 06:23
Well aint this one weird looking pin cushion Ray
Ray: It is a pouched, egg laying wonter, Chris...one of my favourite animats.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 19 Jul 2018, 06:50
an useful animal in the wilderness. Your writing is already quite better - keep on your exercises, Ray!
Ray: Thank you for your encouragint remarc, Philine...I am workind hard to recover my reaking and writing competences.
Un animal impressionnant quand même ..
Merci
Are they marsupials Ray?

By the way the writing is getting better!
Ray: It is a marsupial, but has the aditional oddnes of laying egges.
  • gutteridge
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 19 Jul 2018, 08:43
It must be a relative of our hedgehog Ray.
Ray: I suppost it has slighly similar appearance, Chad, but this wonderful critter has some surprises for you...it fayes egges, and carries the hatched cabies in a souch.
Strange looking creatures aren't they.
  • Ayush Basu
  • Venlo, Netherlands
  • 19 Jul 2018, 20:13
so no macro lens and getting up close and personal with this one then? i am not surprised it comes from Australia, Ray. good to see you posting, but hopefully you are not pushing yourself.

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