If so, then when we acquire PLATYPUS
from hearing someone use the word 'platypus
', something like the following might occur.
She begins with taxonomy from the late seventeenth century through the late nineteenth century dealing with the complexity of classifying not only European specimens (think of what to do with whales and bats) but more importantly the unique creatures encountered in the new worlds (hence the platypus
of the tide, in addition to the opossum, sloth, kangaroo, and so on).
While many of Riversleigh's fossil deposits are now being radiometrically dated, the precise age of the particular deposit that produced this giant platypus
is in doubt but is likely to be between 15 and 5 million years old.
accidentally got trapped in the car, but miraculously survived the ordeal.
Thomas Cathcart and Daniel Klein, authors of `Plato and a Platypus
Walk into a Bar: Understanding Philosophy Through Jokes'
The jawbone's groove gave away its owner's identity because living platypus
bills bear notoriously wide grooves equipped with nerves to sense their prey in fresh water.
The Australian Government is making Sydney an even more vibrant and liveable city by providing $20 million to redevelop the Platypus
site in Neutral Bay to a public park.
Here we have the life cycle stories of a baby platypus
, an African elephant, a koala from Australia, a golden lion tamarind monkey, a Pacific gray whale, a least shrew, a hooded seal, a Mexican free-tailed bat, an African lion, a polar bear, a hippopotamus, an orangutan, and a human being.
A badly-written rule attempting to lower the nose and make cars safer has only led to the ugly platypus
spear design that has made cars far more dangerous.
The animals, mostly Australian, include platypus
, little penguin, echidna, dolphin, magpie and flying fox.