Short nosed echidna.
The short-nosed echidna, native to Australia, Tasmania and New Guinea, is a primitive mammal belonging to the order Monotremata. This species, along with the long-nosed echidna and platypus, are the only three egg-laying mammals alive today. Echidnas are insectivores and use their long sticky tongue to lap their prey from holes.
Model length: 11cm
Information courtesy Skulls Unlimited