EG-058 ECHIDNA

I'm one of only two egg-laying mammals on the planet!

Introverted yet independent with a couple of 'superpowers'! Welcome the echidna!

 

The puggles (baby echidna) grow independent from their mother from only seven months of age and live a solitary life! Luckily, their physical features help them survive - their tongue is six inches long which greatly helps catch their prey, they can track food through their snout's electroreceptors, and can camouflage easily with their multi-coloured spines when burrowed into the ground. 

DESIGNER'S RELEASE NOTE

Get the behind-the-scenes insight into the design! Click image to enlarge

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AUSTRALIAN COIN SERIES

Emu, Echidna, Lyrebird joins and helps complete the family! With a special thanks to Royal Australian Mint.

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