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Do thorny devils eat snakes?
A thorny devil is a vertebrate
under soil in the night and in the day it hides under shrubs
No, its not. The spikes on the horny devil are harmless.
About 20 years.
No. Reptiles do not have wings.
Australia's thorny devil is only a couple of centimetres in height.
Natural predators of the thorny devil are birds of prey such as brown falcons and bustards.
Thorny devils are diurnal, meaning they are more active during the day rather than the night.
The thorny devil only eats black ants. Thorny devils live in the desert and semi-arid outback regions of Australia, mostly in the western two-thirds of the continent, … through Western Australia, the Northern Territory and South Australia. it can live for twenty years. It thrives in sandy or sandy loam regions where it is camouflaged against the ground due to its orange, yellow, brown and white colouring, and where the main vegetation is spinifex or sparse mallee scrub. The thorny devil is also sometimes known as the Moloch. It has an extra spiked protuberance behind its head which a predator may mistake for its real head, thus protecting its real head. Between 3 and 10 eggs are laid in a chamber 30 cm beneath the surface of the ground. Neither parent has any part in rearing the babies once they hatch. The warmer the weather, the sooner the eggs hatch. Upon hatching, the babies dig to the surface and start eating ants immediately. More information can be found at the related link below.
The Thorny devil, a strange, spiky lizard of Australia, feeds exclusively on ants. It prefers small, black ants of the Iridomyrmex flavipes species.
Thorny devils live in the desert and semi-arid outback regions of Australia. It thrives in sandy or sandy loam regions where it is camouflaged against the ground, and where th…e main vegetation is spinifex or sparse mallee scrub. The thorny devil, which is also sometimes known as the Moloch, is mostly found in the western two-thirds of the continent, through Western Australia, the Northern Territory and South Australia.
The most common predators of Australia's thorny devils are Brown Falcons and Australian bustards.
Thorny devils are unusual lizards, covered all over with sharp thorn-like protuberances. They are not the sort of lizard one is encouraged to pick up - hence the name, devil. …They are best avoided.
A physiological adaptation may be how it camouflages into its habitat...