|Description:Chipmunks are rodents that are native to North America and some European countries.They eat frogs, mushrooms, birds, eggs, plants, nuts, and seeds. In the autumn, the chipmunks begin to gather their winter food to store in their burrows for winter.
|Description:The duck billed platypus lives in Tasmania and eastern Australia. It is among the rare sort of mammals that lay eggs. It has otter-like feet, a duck-like bill, and a beaver-like tail. They locate prey by electric fields. Males have poisonous spikes that are very painful to humans.