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    Platypus Adaptation

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    Platypus is an unusual animal that lay eggs, which also called menomtremes. There are only 5 menomtremes left exist and 4 of them are belong to echidna (Froden 2014). Platypus can be found in east side of Australia fresh water environment such as tropical fresh water lowlands or plateaus (Australian Museum 2014). Platypus are carnivores, they often feed small freshwater marine creatures and insects. Platypuses are nocturnal animal and they often hunt during twilight or night (Australian Museum 2014). A platypus has a major structural adaptation, which is the bill. The bill is similar to duck’s bill and it is an essential tool for not only hunting but also mechanically digest food. The bill of platypus contain electroreceptor which platypus use to conduct electroreception to locate the location of the prey underwater without the usage of their eyes and ears. There are two…

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    Zaglossus Bruijni Essay

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    Zaglossus bruijni is the Latin name for the Western Long-beaked Echidna (IUCN, 2016). In 1982 the species became Vulnerable up until 1994 where it then increased to endangered, the most up to date assessment on the Western Long- Beaked Echidna in 2008 and classes it as Critically Endangered (IUCN,2016). This species is found in the Vogelkop Peninsula of Papua Province, Indonesia. It had been thought to have been Australia at one point due to the aboriginal artwork located on Arnhem Land as well…

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    Platypus's Diet

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    Image seeing a mammal with a bill of a duck, the tail of a beaver and a fur like an otter. It might be hard to believe but actually this is a description of a platypus. These fascinating mammals have many unique characteristics that make them different from other animals these include their diet, their habitat and their defense meckisiam. Let's explore the platypus’s diet. The platypus spends 12 hours on an average day searching for food. A platypus is a carnivore so their diet consist of…

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    elimination of wastes. The female shave no teets but provide milk directly through the skin to their young.”(Dictionary.com) The platypus and the echidna are the only monotremes known in the world. While they are both monotremes, they are both different in many ways. The platypus and the echidna are different by their physical characteristics, their lifestyles, and by their habitats. A platypus and an echidna both have very different physical characteristics. While most people know what a…

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    Eastern Long-Beaked Echidna There are approximately 41,415 species on the endangered species list..This is a growing problem in our world because if changes can not be made to resolve the issue in a timely manner these animals will no longer be endangered, they will be extinct. The Eastern Long-Beaked Echidna is on that list. The longest recorded life of an Eastern Long-Beaked Echidna is from a London Zoo who recorded an amazing 30 years. This is double of what we can reasonably expect in the…

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    The scenario of Mitchell and the echidna seems like it occurs in the classroom pervasively. Therefore, it is a representative case that educator needs to acknowledge and try take use of the distraction make it contribute to the class eventually. Technically, education should be focused on the development of child’s personality, physical ability, and talents. Based on the theory, child should be able to make choices so child could exploit sense of responsible then might able to become…

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    On the water's edge, outcrops of hexagonal columnar-jointed basalt named the 'Giant's Causeway', which kind of looks like an echidna, a rocky one. I guess you could say this is my church. I come here to heal my wounds from…

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    Typhon try to rule of the cosmos by defeating Zeus. According to (www.quora.com) “Typhon challenged Zeus for rule of the cosmos. Typhon really wanted to take over the cosmos he even started a war over it. Some of the monster that Typhon and Echidna also had other than the Hydra where Nemean Lion, Orthos, Cerberus, Chimaira. According to (www.greek-gods.info) His family is Orthos, a two-headed dog, Cerberus, a three-headed dog, Lernaean Hydra, a chthonic, serpent-like creature with numerous heads…

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    for him to eat. She was successful in her plan and Cronus ate the rock and had no idea it wasn’t the baby. Rhea then snuck baby Zeus to the island of Crete to be raised by Nymphs. Zeus stayed with the Nymphs on Crete till he was old enough to take on his father. Zeus saves his brothers and sisters from Cronus by getting him to throw them up. Once the Gods are released from Cronus they are all upset because they have been trapped inside of him. So Zeus and his brothers and sisters all fought…

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    Poseidon: Summary

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    sixth-grade year, he realized he was half-blood. He is taken to Camp Half-Blood, a place for people like him are safe from monsters. At camp, He learns more about himself and his family. He learns that his father was Poseidon. He also learns that Poseidon was blamed for stealing Zeus’s lightning bolt. He tells him that the bolt must be returned before summer solstice or else he will declare war with Poseidon. Poseidon needs Percy’s help to bring back the bolt. Percy went on a quest with…

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