|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.
|Description:Snapping turtles are freshwater reptiles in North America. They are tan, dark brown, and black, with necks and tails that are yellowish. They become violent when taken out of water but calm down when placed back in it.