Platypus Predators?

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Hawks, owls, snakes, spotted quolls, goannas, feral cats, water rats, eagles and dingoes are all considered to be the natural predators of platypus. The platypus take care of their predator predicament by hunting underwater and living out their lives in well hidden shelters.
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