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Tasmanian Devil

Tasmanian devil

Introduction

Head-Body Length:57-65 cm
Weight:7-9 kg
Identification:The Tasmanian devil has black fur with white marks on the chest and rump.
Habitat:All major habitats
Diet:Carnivore: insects, fish, birds, small mammals
Reproduction:Tasmanian devils mate in March, with births taking place in April. Even though the female will produce 40 eggs per ovulation, only four young are born. The baby Tasmanian devils remain in their mother’s pouch until August and remain with her until the following January. The expected lifespan for Tasmanian devils is six years.
Tasmanian devils are usually solitary but may gather in groups at large carcasses.
Behavior:Tasmanian devils are nocturnal, non-territorial, and can be very shy.
Status:No special status
Interesting Facts:Despite the fearful name, Tasmanian devils are said to make excellent pets when hand-reared and treated gently

Geographic:Tasmania Date:1974-12 Subjects: Tasmanian devil
Sarcophilus
Dasyuridae
Dasyuromorphia
Marsupials
Mammals
Vertebrates
Chordata
Predatory animals

KEY FACTS

Name Tasmanian devil,Sarcophilus harrisii
Origin Australia
Size 57-65 cm
Litter Size 4 youngs
Life span 6 years
Reproduction Tasmanian devils mate in March, with births taking place in April. Even though the female will produce 40 eggs per ovulation, only four young are born. The baby Tasmanian devils remain in their mother’s pouch until August and remain with her until the following January. The expected lifespan for Tasmanian devils is six years
Weight 7-9 kg
Colors black,dark grey

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scientific classification

Kingdom – Animalia
Phylum – Chordata
Class – Mammalia
Order – Dasyuromopha
Family – Dasyuridae
Genus – Sarcophilus
Genus Species – Sarcophilus harrisii

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