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What Is a Group of Platypus Called?

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A group or a collection of platypus is known as a puddle. A platypus is a semi-aquatic mammal that belongs to the family Ornithorhynchidae, genus Ornithorhynchus. It is a duck-billed venomous mammal that lays eggs rather than giving birth.
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A young platypus is simply called a platypus. There is no officially recognised term, although "platypup" is, rightly or wrongly, becoming more common. The term 'puggle'
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