Kingdom Deer (Animalia)


Wirebacks (Chordata)
Ilk Suckledeer (Mammalia)
Shift Forkdeer (Monotremata)
Kin Duckmolekin (Ornithorhynchidae)
Kind Duckmoles (Ornithorhynchus)
Erd Duckmole (Onithorhynchus anatinus)

The duckmole (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) or watermole is a halfwatersome egg-laying suckledeer inlandish to eastern Andland, inholding Tasmanland. Together with the four kinds of thorny anteaters, it is one of the five living kinds of forkdeer, the only suckledeer that lay eggs instead of giving birth to live young.

Its odd look of being dow to lay eggs, having a duck's bill, a beaver's tail and an otter's feet, bewildered Evelander lindlorers when they first begained it, with many believing it to be a trick or a prank. It is one of the very few atterful suckledeer as the bucks have a spur on their hind feet that gives atter that is dow to give harsh pain to wer.

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