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Is your little zoologist excited about unusual animals, and does he find the platypus funny? Are you looking for some platypus coloring pages to introduce your little one to this weird creature? If this sounds like you, you should consider reading our post below.

The semi-aquatic and egg-laying mammal calls Australasia home. The platypus looks like a creature from a child’s drawing book. The duck’s bill, otter’s foot, and beaver’s tail all add to the intrigue of this mysterious creature. Tell your kid more about the platypus, by browsing through our collection of 10 Platypus pictures to color here.

10 Simple Platypus Coloring Pages:

1. A Platypus:

Introduce your child to platypus with this coloring page. Platypus falls into the monotreme category of mammals. It is one of the two mammals that lay eggs instead of giving birth to live young. This animal was once thought to be a hoax. Tell him more about the creature after he finishes coloring the pages.

2. Solitary Platypus:

The platypus is an unsocial animal. It prefers living and feeding alone, but some can even share the same body of water. It is a rare occurrence, though. But your child does not have to keep this platypus alone. Encourage him to draw a few of his platypus friends around him.

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3. Animated Platypus:

Have your preschooler color this simple platypus coloring sheet. We think that this cool platypus is waiting for someone. The coloring page is ideal for younger children as it has lots of areas to color. Brown or gray will look best for this platypus here.

4. Perry, The Platypus:

Here is a coloring page of Perry, the Platypus, a character from the animated series ‘Phineas and Ferb’. Perry leads a dual life- one of a mindless and simple pet and other as a secret agent. Perry has suave, crime fighting abilities, which make him a popular character in the series.

5. The Australian Mascot:

This coloring page implies the importance of platypus in the Australian fauna. You can use the diagram to explain about the flora and fauna of Australia to your little one. You can also discuss a few harbors and cities of this country.

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6. A Cute Platypus:

Here’s an adorable platypus coloring page. The male platypus is about 60 inches long, including the 5 to 6 inches tails. The female is smaller than the male platypus. Male platypuses have a venomous spur on the back foot that may cause severe pain to humans. So you must stay away from platypuses.

7. Platypus Taking A Stroll:

The coloring page shows a platypus taking a stroll in the wetland. Platypuses aren’t active all at all times of the day, except at night and twilight. During the daytime, the platypuses take shelter in a short burrow in the bank. The activity pattern of the platypus depends on a variety of factors, including ambiance, temperatures, locality, food availability and day length.

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8. Platypus Feeding:

This coloring page shows a platypus devouring a tortoise. The diet of a platypus consists of freshwater animals scoured from the muddy bottoms. It spends 12 hours of each day in the water scouring for food. They keep the captured prey in the cheek pockets and then eat it on the land surface. Platypuses also feed on larvae, insects, worms and shellfish. The platypus has no teeth. It has ridges that he uses for crushing food.

9. Duckbilled Platypus:

Here’s a duckbilled platypus coloring sheet. It is a small and shy species of platypus. It has a flattened body and head that helps it glide through the water. It has thick, dark brown fur that keeps it dry and warm even after hours of swimming. This platypus is native only to Tasmania and eastern Australia.

10. Platypus Drinking Water:

Platypuses live only in the freshwater of Australia, especially in New South Wales, Tasmania and Queensland where they are abundant. They prefer living in water with temperature varying between 25 to 29 degrees Celsius. Platypuses reside in the burrows of stream banks. But during the breeding season, the female platypuses make an elaborate tunnel containing a nesting chamber.

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Our platypus coloring sheets will help your tot learn about the animal while indulging in a fun activity. Coloring is crucial to the overall development of a child. Your child will learn the things through the coloring pages at a faster rate, thereby developing his brain. What is your child’s most favorite wild animal? Tell us below.

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