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Question:
Do any mammals lay eggs?
Answer:
The duck-billed platypus and the spiny anteater lay eggs. They are found in Australia, Tasmania and New Guinea. They were among the first mammals on Earth. Apart from laying eggs, they are similar to other mammals. They are warm-blooded, have hair and produce milk to feed their young. But neither anteaters nor platypuses have any teeth. They have snouts that look like beaks.
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    Power Play

    When a team is penalized, and depending the severity of the penalty, the opposing team is rewarded a power play; meaning the other team will be short handed for a distinct amount of time refer to penalties. If the team on the power plays gets a goal, the power play is now over. If the short handed team scores while killing the power play, the power play is not over.


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