The everyday of our family farm
Lucky, lucky you. It is years since I have seen one.
Oh wow, what is that?
It is a Short-beaked Echidna. We don't often get them on the farm so was pretty exited to come across this one.
so lucky to see one this close....we had one, a baby one, in the garden about 2 years ago, it was stinking hot (over 40degrees) he/she was looking for some water....managed to video him/her for a few minutes before it disappeared....so very cute!
That is quite the 'hairdo' he has.
I would love to see what my granddaughter would think of it!
He's quite the poser! Beautiful capture.
Handsome looking. :)
Wow what a great shot.
Oh wow lucky you, I am jealous. Diane
Cool! What is it? It looks like a porcupine like we have here.
This an echidna which is a bit smaller than your porcupine, but unlike your porcupine that births live young the echidna is a monotreme, it lays eggs into their pouch, and the hatchlings (known as puggles)stay there for up to 2 months.
Oh, how super cute! You got a great shot. I love that the little ones are called 'puggles'!!
So cute,another great photo :)Regards Jo x
Lovely. This looks like our hedgehog.