This is an image taken from Echidna: Extraordinary Egg-Laying Mammal by M. L. Augee, Brett Gooden, Anne Musser, pg. 46. The book contains an excellent description of the fascinating anatomy of the echidna brain. More to come!
Aristotle said: "We educate ourselves so that we can make a noble use of our leisure." The idea that education is for the mind and soul, for the whole person – the citizen, the parent, the voter, the reader, the lover, the traveller, the human being in the round – is lost to view in trying to make university education a mere continuation of school for the same sausage-machine purpose of churning out employees. - AC Grayling