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Short Beaked Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 14 pictures in our Short Beaked collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Short-beaked Echidna - adult digging in the ground and sticking its beak halfway down into the earth
Short-beaked Echidna - adult digging in the ground and sticking its beak halfway down into the earth
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PPC-20088
PPC-20088
Full Range of Prints and Gifts in Stock
Short-beaked Echidna - foraging for ants on sand dunes - a m
Short-beaked Echidna - foraging for ants on sand dunes - a m
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PPC-20021
PPC-20021
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PPC-20089
PPC-20089
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PPC-20130
PPC-20130
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PPC-20018
PPC-20018
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PPC-20090
PPC-20090
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PPC-20015
PPC-20015
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Short-beaked Echidna
Short-beaked Echidna
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Short-beaked Echidna - burrowing in defence
Short-beaked Echidna - burrowing in defence
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Australian Short-beaked / short-nosed / Spiny ECHIDNA - Also known as a Spiny Anteater
Australian Short-beaked / short-nosed / Spiny ECHIDNA - Also known as a Spiny Anteater
Full Range of Prints and Gifts in Stock
Australian Short-beaked / short-nosed / Spiny ECHIDNA - Also known as a Spiny Anteater Featured Image

Australian Short-beaked / short-nosed / Spiny ECHIDNA - Also known as a Spiny Anteater

DH-3356
Australian Short-beaked / short-nosed / Spiny ECHIDNA - Also known as a Spiny Anteater
Katherine, Northern Territory, Australia
Tachyglossus aculeatus multiacul
Found throughout most of Australia where adults are solitary except during the winter breeding season. Just 1 egg is laid and when the youngster hatches it is kept in a pouch until it grows spines when it is placed in a special nursery burrow. Eats various invertebrates, termites and ants. Has been known to live 50 years.
Don Hadden
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

© Don Hadden/ardea.com

Short-beaked / short-nosed / Spiny ECHIDNA - Also known as a Spiny Anteater - Rolled into a protective ball
Short-beaked / short-nosed / Spiny ECHIDNA - Also known as a Spiny Anteater - Rolled into a protective ball
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Short-beaked Common dolphin
Short-beaked Common dolphin
Full Range of Prints and Gifts in Stock