Eastern Long-Beaked Echidna (Zaglossus bartoni)

Series of measured illustrations of the Eastern Long-Beaked Echidna

The fur on the Eastern Long-beaked Echidna (Zaglossus bartoni) is long, dense, black, or brown, while the spine is white and covers the back of the body. It lacks teeth and instead has a horny plate for grinding food. Besides, it lacks a tail. When threatened, it rolls into a ball. It is also called Barton’s long-beaked echidna occurring in tropical hill forests, upland grasslands, and alpine forests of Papua New Guinea and Indonesia in underground dens. It is known to be nocturnal, solitary, and elusive. The Eastern long-beaked echidna is insectivorous.

The Eastern Long-Beaked Echidna has a body length in the range of 23.6”-39.4” (60-100 cm) and total weight of 11-22 lb (5-10 kg). The Eastern Long-Beaked Echidna has an estimated body height between 15”-24.4” (38-62 cm) and body width of 10.6”-17.3” (27-44 cm). The typical lifespan of the Eastern Long-Beaked Echidna is between 10-30 years.

Details

*Under Development*

Height:
15”-24.4” | 38-62 cm
Width:
10.6”-17.3” | 27-44 cm
Depth:
Length:
23.6”-39.4” | 60-100 cm (Body)
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Weight:
11-22 lb | 5-10 kg
Area:
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Snout Length: 5.5”-8.7” | 14-22 cm

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Scientific Name:
Zaglossus bartoni
Lifespan:
10-30 years

Properties

Drawings include:

Eastern Long-Beaked Echidna side view, front

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Monotremes, or Monotremata, are egg-laying mammals under the order Monotremata. Even so, they take care of the young by suckling them with milk. Monotremes are endemic to Australia and New Guinea. Monotremes are solitary and are the most primitive order of mammals with reptilian-like features.

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3.5”-6.3” | 9-16 cm
15”-24.8” | 38-63 cm (Overall)
1.8-6.6 lb | .8-3 kg
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9.1”-20.9” | 23-53 cm
17.7”-39.4” | 45-100 cm (Body)
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Western Long-Beaked Echidna
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10.6”-17.3” | 27-44 cm
23.6”-39.4” | 60-100 cm (Body)
11-22 lb | 5-10 kg
10-30 years
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Eastern Long-Beaked Echidna