Do platypuses live in warm places?
Platypuses do live in warm places, but they also live in cold places.
Platypuses are found in a variety of temperatures and climates, from the cooler sub-alpine areas in the south, such as Victoria and the Tasmanian highlands, north through New South Wales to tropical far north Queensland. They can survive extremes of heat that occur in Victorian summers as well as the cold winters. Platypuses live in bushland as well as tropical, sub-tropical and temperate rainforests.
Platypuses live in the bank so that they live in cold habitats. They are mammals which mean they have warm blood.
No. Birds and platypuses are warm blooded, but they lay eggs(:
Yes. The word tropical refers to fish that live around islands and places that are hot, they do live in warm places.
they mostly live in warm places and hot places
they live in warm places!!!
Not necessarily. Birds are considered warm-blooded, but they lay eggs. Monotreme mammals (platypuses and echidnas) are considered warm-blooded, but they lay eggs too.
No. Platypuses are mammals and all mammals are warm-blooded.
Maine coons like to live in cool places but they can live in warm place keep in mind they like cool places better but warm is fine to
Crickets live in warm, damp places
Platypuses and kangaroos live in Australia
yes they do becuase they live in warm places
they live in warm places.
there are no paticular places but moth love to be in warm cozy places
Leopards live in warm places and not cold because theres non of the food they eat there
No, red pandas don't have to live in warm climates but it depends what you mean by warm. They mainly live in Snowy places I don't know where else in the world they live.
Platypuses prefer cool water. Ideally, they prefer temperatures around 18 degrees Celsius. Even in the tropical north, water temperature is reasonably constant and remains below 24-26 degrees Celsius, which is the maximum temperature in which platypuses can live comfortably.
That all depends on the monkey. Monkeys live in both cold and warm climates although most monkeys live in warm climates.
Cheetahs live in tropical and warm places, kind of like the rainforest. They can live in grasslands, savannahs, and other places.
Platypuses can only live in fresh water.
No. Platypuses do not live in Maine. They are endemic to eastern Australia.
Platypuses do not live in Iowa. Platypuses are native to Australia alone, and they are only found in the eastern states of the country.
i think it lives in warm places
No, because they live in warm places.
Cheetahs live in the open and do not have "homes."
salamanders live in warm, dark places such as the forest floor!
Lizards live all over the world but most of them live in warm, tropical places. Not many of them live in cold climates. They enjoy places like the desert and places where they can hide from predators.
No. Platypuses are uniquely adapted to live in the country and continent of Australia.
Platypuses are solitary animals and generally live alone.
No. Platypuses can only live near freshwater creeks and rivers.
Platypuses are solitary animals, tending to live alone.
Platypuses do not need to be in a zoo. They thrive in their native habitat, and they are not endangered. Zoos are not good places for platypuses as it is still rare for platypuses to breed in captivity.
Flamingos can live in a variety of inhabitants. Most live in subtropical areas that are warm, while other can live in high snowy mountains.
Yes there are Platypuses in some Australian zoos and animal sanctuaries, but there are strict regulations on these places keeping platypuses.
Platypuses are not city-dwelling animals. They are sensitive creatures that can only live in burrows alongside creeks and rivers in unspoilt bushland or rainforests. having said that, however, platypuses can be seen in special environments in captivity in two places in the city of Brisbane, Queensland: at Walkabout Creek, at The Gap, and at the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary at Fig Tree Pocket.
Most lizards prefer to live in warm damp places. Since they are cold-blooded, they need the warmth of the sun to help them warm up so they can move.
No. To begin with, platypuses and squirrels live on completely different continents. Platypuses live only in Australia, and there are no squirrels in Australia. Secondly, platypuses do not eat larger live animals. They hunt for small crustaceans and insect larvae which live on the bottom of creeks and rivers.
Lady bugs live in warm places
It's Lizards for start Most of them live in warm, tropical places.
Platypuses do not live in the deciduous forest. Platypuses live within native Australian bushland or rainforest, neither of which is deciduous.
Generally, no, platypuses do not live together. They are usually solitary animals. The female and babies may live as a family group until the next breeding season.
Pretty warm in some places, pretty cool in others. Depends where you live, cold if you live in Russia, hot if you live near the sun.
In mexcio and other warm places.
They live in warm places by Jasmine
The Lauersdorf penguin
Well they can live in kind of warm places such as Iceland, but most of them live in Antarctica.
Well, there are many places that warm water fish can be found. Not suprisingly, they live in hot places such as the Bahamas and the Caribbean to name just two. The name of the fish is really the answer to where they live. Hot Country = warm water = warm water fish. Hope that helped Fishpert
No; platypuses live alongside freshwater creeks, rivers and ponds. They do not live in saltwater environments. The ocean is a saltwater environment, while platypuses can only live if they have access to a freshwater environment, which is where they find their food.
Platypuses are mammals. They are warm-blooded, unlike reptiles, and they have fur, unlike reptiles which have scaly skin. Platypuses are monotremes, meaning they are egg-laying mammals.
Some rabbits live in cold places like New Zealand rabbits, but some live in warm places like dwarf rabbits
No. Platypuses can only be found in Australia. Specifically, they live in the eastern half of Australia.