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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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The is no collective noun for platypus. Platypus are solitary animals and do not form social groupings or families, so there has been little need for a collective noun to describe
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Platypi is the plural word for platypus. Thanks for using ChaCha!
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There isn't an official name for a baby platypus. The name commonly used to describe these babies is 'platypup' Some people like to use the name 'puggle' but that is the name of dog
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Peafowl is a collective term that refers to peacocks, peahens and peachicks. The San Diego Zoo states that a group of peafowl is called a ostentation or a pride. Peafowl are members
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There is no certified name for the baby Platypus; however a regular suggested name is 'Platypup'. The Platypus is a type of animal that is found in eastern Australia ...
Platypuses are essentially solitary animals. They do not live with other males or females, but only ever in a small (temporary) family group made up of the mother ...
Platypuses are essentially solitary animals. They do not live with other males or females, but only ever in a small (temporary) family group made up of the mother ...
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