Echidna Wall Sticker - Removable - Great for rentals in 2024

Echidna Wall Decal

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Echidna Wall Decal

This Echidna wall sticker is one of our newest! Wonderfully spikey and spunky he is the perfect addition to a babies nursery or child’s bedroom.

This incredibly cute Echidna looks great on its own or paired with other Australian animal wall stickers from our range.

The Echidna wall sticker is approximately:
30cm wide x 23.4cm high

Echidna Wall Decal

This Echidna wall sticker is one of our newest! Wonderfully spikey and spunky he is the perfect addition to a babies nursery or child's bedroom.

This incredibly cute Echidna looks great on its own or paired with other Australian animal wall stickers from our range.

The Echidna wall sticker is approximate:
30cm wide x 23.4cm high

*SIZING - Please note that pictures are a visual representation only. Some decals may appear larger or smaller due to differences in furniture sizes etc - we 100% recommend getting a tape measure and having a look a the size for yourself before buying, we cannot take any responsibility for purchases made based on photo size only. All of our measurements are included in our listings*

This wall sticker / decal is printed on a non-toxic, eco friendly, removable, repositionable, superior quality printable fabric adhesive – which means you can keep moving them and they will still stick!!

Not the size you want? Not a problem! We can custom print any of our designs to the size you require. Simply contact us through our website and we will get back to you within 24 hours.

**SHIPPING NOTE** Please note if you choose standard shipping at checkout there is no way for us to track your order once it has left, therefore we cannot be held responsible for any lost or late packages. We strongly advise all customers, especially overseas, to choose a tracked shipping method. All of our large wall stickers are rolled up and packaged in cardboard tubes, so as to avoid any damage during posting.

NOTE: Overseas orders can take a minimum of 3 weeks for delivery (this is a minimum, some orders have taken nearly 6 weeks to arrive) with standard shipping. If you need your package sooner, we advise choosing express overseas postage or at a minimum tracked shipping.

^^All designs on this website are exclusively designed by us and are copyrighted and not to be re-sold or re-produced in any way.

The echidna, also known as the spiny anteater, is a fascinating and unique animal that belongs to the family Tachyglossidae. Along with the platypus, echidnas are the only surviving members of the monotreme order, which means they are egg-laying mammals.

Here are some key features and facts about echidnas:

  1. Appearance: Echidnas have a distinctive appearance characterized by their spiny, coarse hair and elongated snout. They are covered in spines, which are modified hairs, and these spines provide them with protection against predators.
  2. Distribution: Echidnas are native to Australia and New Guinea. There are three species of echidnas: the Short-beaked Echidna (Tachyglossus aculeatus), found in Australia and southern New Guinea, the Western Long-beaked Echidna (Zaglossus bruijni), found in western New Guinea, and the Sir David's Long-beaked Echidna (Zaglossus attenboroughi), also found in New Guinea.
  3. Behaviour: Echidnas are solitary creatures and are primarily nocturnal, meaning they are most active during the night. They are skilled diggers and spend a lot of their time burrowing in search of food and creating shelter.
  4. Diet: Echidnas are insectivores, and their main diet consists of ants and termites. Using their long, sticky tongue, they can capture their prey efficiently, and their beaks help break open termite mounds and ant nests.
  5. Reproduction: One of the most intriguing aspects of echidnas is their unique reproductive system. Female echidnas lay eggs, which are then incubated in a pouch-like structure, similar to marsupials. After hatching, the baby echidna, known as a puggle, continues to develop in the pouch until it becomes large enough to emerge.
  6. Threats and Conservation: While echidnas are not considered endangered, they face some threats, including habitat loss and road accidents. Due to their solitary and elusive nature, studying echidnas in the wild can be challenging, making their conservation status less well-known compared to other more visible species.

Overall, echidnas are captivating creatures with a long evolutionary history. Their unique characteristics and ancient lineage make them a valuable and intriguing part of the natural world.

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4 reviews for Echidna Wall Decal

  1. Toby B. (verified owner)

  2. Radka B. (verified owner)

  3. Margaret Hatton (verified owner)

  4. Lori Rasmussen (verified owner)

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