No. The platypus does not live in Brazil. It is native to Australia alone.
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No. The platypus is a solitary animal.
A platypus can live on land, but spends much time in freshwater.
The platypus lays eggs.
Panthers are mammals- and like all mammals (except the platypus) give live birth to their babies.
No. The platypus does not live in India. It is found only in Australia, specifically, the eastern half of the continent.
No he is not.
Yes, because dogs live about 15 years while platypus live only about 10.
The platypus is a solitary animal which does not live in social groups.
No. The platypus does not live or move in packs. It is a solitary animal.
fish, frogs, crocodiles, aligators, snakes, lizards, goannas, turtles, florida panther, platypus and various insects
No. The platypus is a monotreme, which is an egg-laying mammal. It does not give live birth.
There is no such species as a platypus fish. There is just the platypus, an egg-laying mammal endemic to the eastern states of Australia.
There is only one species of platypus, and it is entirely endemic to Australia, meaning it does not live anywhere else.
The Platypus does live in Eastern Australia
One does not use a platypus for anything. One allows it to live in peace in the wild.
The platypus lives only in fresh water. They cannot live in stagnant water, but require unpolluted water.
Platypuses are not born live, but hatched from eggs. When a baby platypus first hatches, it is about the size of a bean.Platypus do not give birth, they lay eggs.
The platypus lives in eastern Australia. Australia is in the South Pacific. So it could be said that platypuses live in the Pacific, but they do not live in the ocean. They are freshwater animals.
A dog does not have a bill equipped with electroreceptors, but a platypus does. A dog gives live birth, but a platypus reproduces by laying eggs. A dog has teeth; a platypus has grinding plates.
No, the platypus is native to Australia, nowhere else and nobody else.
A platypus reproduces by laying eggs. Like the echidna, it is a monotreme.
No. Platypuses are solitary animals, and do not live in communities.