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Animals of Oceania

This is the list of all animals of Oceania (and spoken facts) kids will have to discover in the app.

Echidna Echidna
When it wants to hide, the echidna burrows into the ground.
The mother echidna has a pouch on its tummy in which it keeps its egg.
Kiwi Kiwi
The kiwi lives in a burrow or in a tree trunk.
The kiwi lives at night and does not know how to fly.
Bat Bat
The bat sleeps upside down.
The bat carries its baby attached to its tummy.
Cassowary Cassowary
The cassowray has a helmet on its head that allows it to cut a passage through the forest.
It is the father cassowary that sits on the eggs and takes care of the babies.

The ibis uses its long sharp beak to catch its food.
Above all, the ibis eats insects, but sometimes also prawns or fish.

Red crab Red crab
The red crab lives in the jungle but returns to the sea to lay its eggs.
During the dry season, the red crab hibernates underground.
Green turtle Green turtle
The green turtle returns to the beach where it was born to lay its eggs.
The green turtle is able to spend 3 hours underwater without breathing.
Humpback whale Humpback whale
The song of each whale is different.
When it is born, a baby whale is as heavy as a car!
Dolphin Dolphin
The dolphin is very inquisitive and loves to play.
Dolphins live in groups to hunt and defend themselves.
Dugong Dugong
The dugong grazes on grass at the bottom of the sea.
The dugong is very shy: it hides during the day and eats at night.
Manta ray Manta ray
The manta ray has two horns in front of its mouth which help it to catch its food.
The manta ray's large fins give the impression that it is flying through the water.
Dingo Dingo
The dingo is a wild dog that does not bark but howls like a wolf.
The dingo sometimes attacks flocks of sheep.
Sea lion Sea lion
The sea lion barks like a dog.
The sea lion is an excellent swimmer, but it can also run very fast on land.
Monitor lizard Monitor lizard
The monitor lizard runs very fast, sometimes standing up.
Some monitor lizards are able to use their tail to stand up.
Saltwater crocodile Saltwater crocodile
The saltwater crocodile can swim in the sea or in rivers.
The saltwater crocodile has to come up to the surface of the water to breathe.
Kangaroo Kangaroo
The kangaroo moves around by hopping very high and very far.
The mother kangaroo keeps her baby in her pouch for several months.
Emu Emu
The emu cannot fly: its wings are too small.
The father emu turns the eggs over regularly to keep them warm.
Wombat Wombat
The wombat looks like a small bear.
The wombat burrows galleries to protect itself from the heat.
Tasmanian devil Tasmanian devil
The ears of the Tasmanian devil turn red when it is angry.
The Tasmanian devil has a huge jaw and very sharp teeth.
Koala Koala
The koala only sets foot on the ground when it has to change trees.
The koala does not drink: its water comes from the eucalyptus leaves it eats.
Cuscus Cuscus
In the daytime, the cuscus hides among the branches.
When it feels threatened, the cuscus gives off a terrible smell to defend itself.
Platypus Platypus
The platypus uses its bill-shaped muzzle to search for food at the bottom of rivers.
The platypus lays eggs, but the babies drink the milk which flows from its coat.
Frill-necked lizard Frill-necked lizard
When the frill-necked lizard is angry, it opens its mouth wide and spreads its frill.
When it wants to escape, the frill-necked lizard runs upright on its rear legs.
Great white shark Great white shark
Le requin peut sentir une goutte de sang à plusieurs kilomètres de distance.
Certains requins peuvent avoir plus de trois mille dents sur plusieurs rangées.