Platypus“ornithorhyncus”<br />Workdoneby<br />-Catarina Garcia nº4<br />
Where does itlive?<br />It lives in rivers and freshwater lakes<br />Andin tunnels in the soil<br />
What does iteat?<br />Itiscarnivorous!<br />And it eats  insects, worms, crustaceans and  drinks freshwater<br />
What does itlooklike?<br />It is covered with fur and measures 40 cm over and can weigh  more and less 4 kg!<br />Its aver...
Habits<br />It lives in clean lakes, which he is losing  because the pollution!<br />It likes to be in the sun. When it is...
Who are itsenemies?<br />Its main enemy is the  man. <br />
Curiosities<br />The platypus is the only mammal that lays eggs. The incubation period for eggs is 10 days;<br />Its numbe...
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  1. 1. Platypus“ornithorhyncus”<br />Workdoneby<br />-Catarina Garcia nº4<br />
  2. 2. Where does itlive?<br />It lives in rivers and freshwater lakes<br />Andin tunnels in the soil<br />
  3. 3. What does iteat?<br />Itiscarnivorous!<br />And it eats insects, worms, crustaceans and drinks freshwater<br />
  4. 4. What does itlooklike?<br />It is covered with fur and measures 40 cm over and can weigh more and less 4 kg!<br />Its average lifespan is 15 years!<br />
  5. 5. Habits<br />It lives in clean lakes, which he is losing because the pollution!<br />It likes to be in the sun. When it is very hot, it goes into the water to cool off!<br />
  6. 6. Who are itsenemies?<br />Its main enemy is the man. <br />
  7. 7. Curiosities<br />The platypus is the only mammal that lays eggs. The incubation period for eggs is 10 days;<br />Its number of offspring is 2 or 3 eggs each time;<br />The pollution of rivers and lakes has destroyed a significant population of platypuses;<br />

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