Platypus By: Jonah R
Table of Contents • Introduction page 1 • Environment page 2 • Mammals? page 3 • He or She page 4 • Laying What page 5 • What's the Parts page 6 • Danger page 7 • Conclusion page 8
Introduction It’s a one of the only mammal that lays eggs it lived with the dinosaurs you guessed it, it’s the platypus.
Environment In the water: The platypus is very fast in water with its huge webbed feet. It spends most of its life in water. On Land: The platypus is slower because its huge webbed feet.
Mammals? Like a Reptile The Platypus is like a reptile because it has a scull like it and it lays eggs A Mammal The Platypus is a mammal because it feeds its young milk and has fur
He or She He She The Male is longer then then the female and stronger. The Female is shorter then the male but the female contains a poisons venom in it ankle that can kill small animals.
What's the Parts The platypus is built for water with it giant webbed feet and bill that cut it thought the water
Danger The platypus is not in danger but soon it could because it get coot in fishing nets and over building.
Conclusion The platypus is famous weird and Intersting
Glossary Bill – A large snout Venom – Deadly liquid Fur – thick hair Mammal – A animal group in the animal kingdom Reptile - A animal group in the animal kingdom
Credits • http://gifts.worldwildlife.org/gift-center/Images/large-species-photo/large-Duck-billed-Platypus-photo.jpg • Clip Art • http://ichef.bbci.co.uk/naturelibrary/images/ic/credit/640x395/p/pl/platypus/platypus_1.jpg • http://scienceforkids.kidipede.com/biology/animals/chordates/mammals/pictures/platypus.jpg