How do monotremes live?

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Monotremes are mammals that lay eggs ... instead of giving birth to live young like marsupials ... The existing monotreme species are the platypus and four ...
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Whilst there has never been much doubt that monotremes split off from other mammal group at an early ... (live-bearing mammals ... monotremes do not, ...
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The larger platypus live in Tasmania ... The monotremes are a ... platypus lived in South Australia but they no longer do so. There are platypus on ...
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All living marsupials - such as wallabies, kangaroos and opossums ... Live Science. Animals. Marsupials Not From Down Under After All. By Clara Moskowitz ...
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Those Mystifying Mammals, the Monotremes. ... an order of mammals that lay eggs rather than giving birth to live young, like all other mammals do.
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A 100 million year old monotreme, ... All monotremes reproduce by laying eggs, ... but the habitat is has specialised to live in, ...
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