The echidna, also known as the spiny anteater, is one of Australia's more unusual small mammals - with spines like a porcupine, a beak like a bird, a pouch like a kangaroo and lays eggs like a reptile. They are solitary creatures that feed on ants and termites in forests and woodlands and are most active at night. When threatened they curl up into a ball like a hedgehog.

The echidna is depicted on the Australian five-cent coin.

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