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Echidnas move in the wild at an average speed of 1.3 km/h
Feature: Echidnas Have a Nose for Ecological Engineering
Activity loggers have revealed that echidnas turn over 200 cubic metres of soil each year, making them one of Australia’s most important remaining ecosystem engineers.
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Cool Careers: How to Breed Echidnas
Andrea Wallage is discovering what makes an echidna frisky in preparation for efforts to save the endangered long-beaked species.