The only known mammal to lay eggs is the Platypus. All other animals to lay eggs are birds or reptiles. Mammals give live birth, with the exception of the platypus.
Mammals that lay eggs are called monotremes. There are only two monotremes, the platypus and the echidna.
Egg laying mammals are called monotremes. There are three species. The platypus and two species of echidna – the long-nosed and short-nosed.
Egg-laying mammals are called monotremes (meaning one hole in Latin). There are only two known monotremes, the platypus:
and the echidna:
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