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Echidna

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2023-07-18 Snargl 2 minutes 24 seconds

Where does the Echidna live?

Porcupine is walking on the ground near some rocks and plants in the background
Small Echidna with red spikes on its head and body standing on a rock in the dirt near a tree
Small hedgehog on the ground in the woods with its head turned to the side and it's face slightly hidden by the leaves
Porcupine walking through a forest on the ground with leaves on the ground and trees in the background
Porcupine walking through a forest with sun shining on it's face and head and body

Echidnas are egg-laying mammals that live in Australia, Tasmania and New Guinea.
Echidnas are found in forests and woodlands.
They dig burrows or hide under rocks, logs, vegetation or debris to shelter from predators and extreme temperatures.
Echidnas are solitary animals that have large territories that may overlap with other echidnas.

Example of the color palette for the image of Echidna

Picture with primary colors of Dark lava, Lemon Cream, Sandy brown, Smoky black and Cinereous
Top 5 color shades of the illustration. Arranged in descending order of frequency of occurrence (first - more often, last - more rare).
See these colors in NCS, PANTONE, RAL palettes...
RAL Classic
RAL 8014
RAL 1014
RAL 1034
RAL 9005
RAL 7034
RAL Design
RAL 095 90 40
RAL 060 70 50
RAL 170 20 20
RAL 010 50 15
RAL Effect
RAL 280-2
RAL 410-1
RAL 560-3
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What does the Echidna look like?

Porcupine is standing in the middle of a forest with its eyes open and it's head turned to the side
Porcupine is standing in the middle of a forest floor with grass and trees in the background
Porcupine is standing in the grass with its head turned to the side and it's eyes open
Hedgehog is standing in the middle of a forest with tall grass and trees in the background
Large Echidna with a long tail in the woods with grass and trees in the background

An echidna is a type of mammal that lays eggs and has spines on its body.

It has a long, tubular beak that it uses to eat ants, termites, worms, and other invertebrates.

This mammal also has a long, sticky tongue that can catch prey and break it into pieces.

Echidnas have short, strong legs with large claws that help them dig and burrow.

They have small eyes and ears, and can sense electrical signals from their prey with their beak.

Echidnas are found in Australia, Tasmania, and New Guinea, and they can live in different habitats such as forests, grasslands, deserts, and mountains.

They are not related to hedgehogs or anteaters, even though they look similar.

Echidnas are more closely related to the platypus, another egg-laying mammal.

These mammals are named after a monster from Greek mythology who was half-woman and half-snake.

Echidnas are solitary animals that usually avoid contact with other echidnas, except during the breeding season.

They are active during the day or night, depending on the temperature and the availability of food.

Echidnas can swim well, and they can lower their body temperature to conserve energy.

These animals have a pouch on their belly where they lay a single egg, which hatches after about 10 days.

The baby echidna, called a puggle, stays in the pouch for several weeks, feeding on milk from the mother's skin glands.

The puggle leaves the pouch when it grows spines, and then stays in a burrow until it is weaned.

Echidnas can live for up to 50 years in the wild.

Example of the color palette for the image of Echidna

Picture with primary colors of Caput mortuum, Bulgarian rose, Black, Copper rose and Medium taupe
Top 5 color shades of the illustration. Arranged in descending order of frequency of occurrence (first - more often, last - more rare).
See these colors in NCS, PANTONE, RAL palettes...
RAL Classic
RAL 3005
RAL 3007
RAL 9005
RAL 1020
RAL 7013
RAL Design
RAL 020 20 29
RAL 040 20 19
RAL 170 20 25
RAL 030 50 20
RAL 030 30 20
RAL Effect
RAL 350-M
RAL 340-4
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