interesting facts about platypus

The platypus is a unique mammal native to Australia, known for its duck-like bill and webbed feet. It lays eggs, a rare trait among mammals. Male platypuses have venomous spurs on their hind legs. They hunt underwater with their eyes closed, using electroreception to detect prey. Their fur is waterproof, and they have a special gland that produces milk, which they secrete through their skin.