Is the thorny devil born or hatched?
They are hatched from eggs.
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It damage the thorny devil.
Thorny devils are Australian reptiles. Specifically, they are lizards specially adapted to live in dry conditions. The upper part of their bodies are covered with sharp spikes… which serve two functions: defence, and to channel all moisture towards their mouth. The Thorny Devil lives in the desert and semi-arid outback regions of Australia. Also sometimes known as the Moloch, it is mostly found in the western two-thirds of the continent, through Western Australia, the Northern Territory and South Australia.
The thorny devil is hatched, not born. Its first instinct upon hatching is to dig upwards to the surface as it hatches from eggs that are laid about 30 cm underground,
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 thorny devil cost 90 to 1,000 dollars
Yes, it is a lizard
so they can scare of their pray
they slurp through built in straws
they're part of the animals too... to think of it, we're actually the crullest
No. They eat ants.
The thorny devil is a vertebrate, just as all reptiles arevertebrates.
The Australian thorny devil is covered with soft spines. When water lands on the thorny devil's back, whether by rain or just overnight dew, it runs down the reptile's spines …and along thousands of tiny grooves, which carry the water to the corners of the thorny devil's mouth. Its colouring ranges from yellow to reddish-brown to black, depending upon which type of soil it is crossing. It is able to use camouflage as protection, because it can change colour to match the soil beneath it. This also helps its survival.
Thorny devils are essentially varying patchy shades of brown andgold, which enables them to blend in with their desertsurroundings. Newly hatched baby thorny devils tend towar…ds blackin colour.
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.
Thorny devils are not born; they are hatched. Females lay a clutch of between 3 and 10 eggs each season.