A rare animal baby called a puggle has debuted at a Florida zoo.
Sydney is a baby echidna, an Australian relative of the platypus.
It's also known as a spiny anteater.
Echidnas are one of only five known species of highly specialized egg-laying predatory mammals.
Sydney is about seven months old, and now ready to greet guests at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay.
Puggles are about the size of a jelly bean when they hatch, growing inside their mother's pouch.
And luckily for mom, puggles don't have quills until they're about 53 days old.