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Do the platypuses lay eggs?



 
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Do the platypuses lay eggs? #1 (permalink) Thu Jun 03, 2010 9:17 am   Do the platypuses lay eggs?
 

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ESL/EFL Test #166 "The Platypus: Vocabulary Practice", question 7

The platypus is a carnivore. That means it eats ..........

(a) plants
(b) meat
(c) mushrooms
(d) fruit

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #166 "The Platypus: Vocabulary Practice", answer 7

The platypus is a carnivore. That means it eats meat.

Correct answer: (b) meat

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Do the platypuses lay eggs? #2 (permalink) Thu Jun 03, 2010 9:36 am   Do the platypuses lay eggs?
 

Hello Sumesh, I've given a full answer to this in your other thread on the same subject.

A platypus is a mammal but it is one of a small sub-group of mammals which lay eggs rather than give birth to live young.
Only platypuses and echidnas do this.
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