Zaglossus

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Zaglossus

see echidna.
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Two long-beaked echidnas -primitive egg-laying mammals - let the scientists pick them up and carry them off for study.
Washington, June 10 (ANI): A scientist has successfully completed the first study of a rare egg-laying mammal called the long-beaked echidna, which many other field biologists considered "mission impossible".
It was a long-beaked echidna (ih-KID-nuh), a spine-covered, anteaterlike creature that feeds on earthworms.