Coloring Book Beak

Its body length ranges from 30 to 45 centimeters, its tail in turn measures up to 15 centimeters, but its body weight is only 0.5 to 2 kilograms.

Its horn-edged snout deceptively resembles the shape of a duck's beak. Its fur is very dense, which has a dark brown coloration on top.

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Occurrence- The pecker is found in eastern Australia and very often inhabits the shores of lakes, streams and rivers. There it digs burrows which are connected by many passages at the end of which are nesting chambers. It is an excellent diver and swimmer, but it does not move very fast on land.

Mode of life- Outside of the mating season, the Animal prefers to live a solitary, sedentary lifestyle. This animal is active only at night. It always sets out to hunt only at dusk and captures its prey only in the water, after which it drags it to shore and eats it.

Often its food includes snails, clams, annelids, and the larvae of various insects. The pecker stores its fat reserves in its broad tail.

Reproduction- The female lays 2 to 3 eggs in a dry chamber, which she then hatches. After about 10 days the young hatch, but they are still blind. The female feeds her cubs with milk and the cubs do not suckle but lick the food which runs down her fur. The mother feeds them for about 3-4 months and after this time the young leave their burrow. The beak lives about 15 years.