Echidnas do not hibernate.
There are no echidnas in Bali. Echidnas are found only in Australia and on the island of New Guinea.
No. All echidnas are mammals, and all mammals are vertebrates. Echidnas are different from "echinoderms".
Echidnas are not usually hunted, no.
No. Echidnas cannot climb.
No. Echidnas do not hop. They walk.
Echidnas are very friendly.
No. Echidnas eat termites.
No. Echidnas are not related to gliders at all.
Echidnas do not make nests, but they do dig burrows.
No. Echidnas are not hostile to people or other animals.
Yes. Echidnas are solitary animals.
There is no specific term for male echidnas.
Yes, echidnas do drink water.
No. Echidnas do not have poisonous spines.
There's no collective term for a group of echidnas.
Yes; echidnas are monotremes, or egg-laying mammals.
echidnas communicate for the same reason we do. to know stuff!
Echidnas eat anywhere that termites and ants can be found.
Echidnas are not venomous. Male echidnas have spurs on their hind feet, but unlike the other monotreme, the platypus, these spurs are not connected to a venom gland.
No. Echidnas are mammals, and mammals do not have scales. Echidnas have skin covered by thick fur, and spines growing throughout the thick fur.
No. Echidnas are not even remotely related to hedgehogs. Echidnas are monotremes, or egg-laying mammals, whereas hedgehogs are placental mammals.
Echidnas are generally regarded as nocturnal, and this is always the case with echidnas which inhabit the northern part of the Australian continent, due to the heat. However, echidnas in the southern half tend to also come out during the day.
it is unlikely. Echidnas can live anywhere there are termites and ants, and termites (the echidnas' preferred food) are only found near vegetation.
No. Echidnas are solitary animals, living alone.
No. Echidnas are protected native animals. It is illegal to have one as a pet.
Echidnas belong to the Class Mammalia and Order Monotremata.
Echidnas protect themselves by turning into a spiky ball.
zaglossuss echidnas eat worms and insect larve.
Echidnas are crespuscular, meaning they feed in the early morning and at dusk.
Echidnas are hatched. They are monotremes, or egg-laying mammals.
Yes. Echidnas are vertebrates. They are mammals, and all mammals are vertebrates.
Echidnas do not build or live in nests. Echidnas may shelter in hollow or rotting logs; they may dig burrows; or they shelter under bushes.
No. Echidnas are found only in Australia and the island of New Guinea.
No, echidnas are found only in Australia and on the island of New Guinea.
Echidnas are not sold in pet stores anywhere.
Long beaked echidnas do not have poisonous feet.
Echidnas can walk backwards, but they are more inclined to walk forwards.
Echidnas are particularly partial to termites and ants.
Echidnas are native to Australia. They have always been in the country.
Platypuses and echidnas are monotremes, or egg-laying mammals.
No. The young echidnas suckle milk from milk patches on the mother's skin.
Echidnas are not very tall, being usually less than 30cm in height. They are longer than they are tall, and adult echidnas vary in length, from about 35cm to 53cm.
It is not known whether echidnas and hedgehogs get along, as they are found in different continents.
Platypuses and echidnas are each distinct species. They do not "break apart".