Sydney zoo welcomes rare and spiny baby Echidna.
A rare short-beaked echidna Puggle was born at Sydney’s Taronga Zoo to a Gunyi by breeding done seven months ago.
The zoo said that the Puggle is the tenth to get birth at the Sydney zoo and does not have a name yet, but the gender of the Puggle is not yet determined.
According to the Taronga Conservation Society Australia, Echidnas is one of only two egg-laying mammals whose breeding is very difficult due to their complex courtship rituals with males, which is only needed for a specific time.
The zoo also said that it is very rare to see the newborn echidna as they spent the first few months of their lives into the deep burrow made by their mother and that the newborn echidna will be displayed in th zoo after a few months.
Source:- The Hindustan Times
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