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Echidnas are Australian egg-laying mammals also known as spiny anteaters.
Echidna may also refer to:
- Echidna (mythology), monster in Greek mythology and namesake of the mammal
- (42355) Typhon I Echidna, the natural satellite of the asteroid 42355 Typhon
- ECHIDNA, high-resolution neutron powder diffractometer at Australia's research reactor OPAL
- Echidna, character in the video game The Bouncer
- Echidna (genus) J. R. Forster, 1788, a genus of moray eels
- Echidna Cuvier, 1797, a junior homonym referring to the mammals commonly known as echidnas
- Echidna Merrem, 1820, junior homonym for a genus of African snakes now treated as Bitis
- Knuckles the Echidna from the Sonic the Hedgehog video game series
- Echidna Parass, fictional character from the Black Cat series
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