Platypi live for 15 years. First, they lay one or two eggs deep in a burrow. Then, the female curls up around until the eggs until they hatch. After four months, the young can live on their own.
Platypi have webbed feet to paddle under water. They are marsupials. Platypi
have a tail that looks like a beaver's tail.
Platypi eat insects if they're hungry. They also eat worms under water. They also eat fish if they find some under water. They mostly eat eggs for their food. Platypi eat all invertebrates.
Their enemies are snakes, eagles, hawks, monitor lizards and owls.
Platypi live near rivers. They also live in Australia.