What Mammals Lay Eggs?

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There are three mammals that lay eggs: the platypus, the short-beaked echidna and long-beaked echidna. The echidna are better know as spiny anteaters. These animals are called monotremes, which are mammals that lay eggs.
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There are two egg-laying mammals. The. platypus. and the. echidna. are both egg-laying mammals, or. monotremes. They are still classified as mammals because they feed their young
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Platypus is one of a small group of mammals called the Monotremes, which lay eggs instead
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The Platypus & the Echidna are the only mammals that lay eggs. They belong to the family "monotremes."
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In fact there are 3. Platypus. short-beaked echidna. long-beaked echidna. so in conclusion the platypus and the echidna are the only living examples of monotremes, or egg-laying mammals
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Duck-billed platypuses and echidnas are the only living mammals that lay eggs.
Mammals usually do not lay eggs. They have their young like humans do. Reptiles, insects and other small rodents usually have eggs. However platypuses can lay eggs and a couple different ones. You can find more information here: http://www.mcwdn.org/Animals/EggMammals.html
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