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What's wrong with this echidna in the collection? | Natural History Museum

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Published on Jun 17, 2019

Echidnas are unusual among mammals, laying eggs and producing milk for their young.
But they might be more quirky than you think, with one particular feature confusing scientists in Europe when they saw one for the first time.

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