Got Ants ?? I got Milk.
Are they all stuffed?
He's no stuffie!
Wow! We've only seen the occasion echidna roadkill.XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy
He's only the third wild, living one my human has ever seen ^_^
AWESOME!!!Alyssa, Mr. Fox & Scruffy
Yikes, runBenny & Lily
He was too busy toddling along to worry about me, I wanted to check him out but the peeps said to stay clear.
I've never seen one of those befores! It looks like a cross between a hedgehog/porcupine/anteater! VERY COOL!!Kisses,Ruby
You know what is even cooler? The females have a pouch AND lay eggs!
YIKES!! I think I would stay clear, i'm just sayin....wagsJazzi and Addi
That's what the peeps said...
Oh it's a prickly pear! Have a wonderful Wednesday Dougall and Flyod.Best wishes Molly
Hehe, that is a cute name for him!
He doesn't look too friendly to us, Dougall. Be careful!Love ya lots,Mitch and Molly
He was alright, he was shy really!
Never seen one of those!Cotton
He's a native Aussie!
OMD Dougall that is sooooooo cool. I am THRILLED to have seen a picture of an echidna in the FURS... Or Spines.. That is so cool drool. THANK you for sharing him with us.
Hehe! I'm glad you like him!
Umm...i don't even know what that animal is. Would it hurt me to catch it?Nora
He's an Echidna, the platypus cousin. Ummm... Let's just say, if you don't hurt him, he won't hurt you. :P
That is very cool! Thanks for sharing!
That is a very interesting looking friend....
Isn't he cute!
OMD, dude, Dougall...what is that? It looks like a porcupine! I hope you didn't get too close, ouch! ;-) Happy Wednesday!
It's an Echidna, he's a native Aussie. It's cousin to the platypus. The lady versions have a pouch and lay eggs. :) Funny fellas!
That looks kind of like a porcupine and those thing shoot you with needles ~ RUN RUN!Thanks for being a friendSweet William The Scot
Hehe... I don't think these guys can shoot needles... I hope...
WOW...we have never seen or heard of an Echidna before! Australia has some of THE coolest animals! Wally & Sammy
Yeah, including me... bol!!!
Oh wow! Mum says she would love to have seen one of those when they had a holiday in Australia a couple of years ago. She says the most exciting (huh?) thing that happened was finding two huntsman spiders on the ceiling of the camper van one evening! I think she would have preferred to meet the echidna!Big WOOFS from Solo :-)
Hehehe, huntsmen are big, but they're not dangerous!