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Short Beaked Echidna

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The Short-beaked Echidna is one of Australia's two egg-laying mammals. They are so cute, but tedious to draw all those spikes. Thanks for looking.
Flash Draw   Created Jan 07, 2008   470 x 338px    Unless noted Copyright 2008 Artist-KGH.

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jellybean2011  May 03, 2013

what a fabulous animal when i first saw it i thought it was a hedgehog i had one in my garden the other day their so cute 5h fav

Artist-KGH  Apr 28, 2009

Virtually all mammals reproduce by giving birth to live young. Except Platypus and Echidna. They are Monotremes, egg-laying mammals. And like all mammals, monotreme mothers feed their babies with milk. :-)

shelly  Apr 27, 2009

I thought mammels didn't lay eggs? I thought they gave birth to live cubs :) anyway... awesome detail, I love this drawing 5/5

arctic wolf  Oct 01, 2008

awsome 5++++

silvia  Jan 18, 2008

fantastic drawning

KUTEDYMPLES  Jan 14, 2008

Too darned adorable! Perfect rendering as well! :-)

shelly  Jan 10, 2008

great job. you don't call yourself an artist for nothing, that's for sure.

Majestic  Jan 08, 2008

kind of like our porcupine.. Very cute but I dont want to pet it. LOL

jet  Jan 08, 2008 have the patience to do such tedious details, KGH,,this creature is endangered, isnt it? theres also one unique kind - the platypus ( i think its the poisonous one)

Artist-KGH  Jan 08, 2008

The platypus is the only other mammal that lays eggs. But I think they might be related to the ant-eaters.

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