hello littleone,Little One said:What is the Italian for aardvark? I know what the word for anteater is - formichiere, but I cannot find the word for aardvark. They are not one and the same.
Also while I'm on the subject of strange animals, what is the Italian for duckbilled platypus?
Parlando del diavolo.............!carrickp said:Hang on -- Charles will be here with an answer as soon as he wakes up (it's still last Tuesday or something like that in Australia).
At the time of year I was in Australia it actually was 11 hours. Funny -- it just seemed like regular old time and regular old days, even though it was some other day and everything actually was upside down and all. And no one uses salt.Charles Costante said:Parlando del diavolo.............!
Don't be cheeky carrickp! We are actually ahead of you in time well over ten hours depending on what part of the States you live in.
Ornitorinco is the Italian word for platypus. I think it was Winnie who asked this question recently. I'll take Laura's and Eliza's word for the other two.