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Tasmanian devils are marsupials of Australia.

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No. Tasmanian devils are marsupials.


Yes. Tasmanian devils are carnivorous marsupials, belonging to the group known as dasyurids.


Yes: Tasmanian Devils are marsupials, so they have pouches. Most marsupials have pouches.


No. Tasmanian devils are not rodents. They are marsupials. Rodents are placental mammals.


Of course not. Tasmanian devils are carnivorous marsupials, not vampires.


A baby Tasmanian devil is called a joey. Tasmanian devils are marsupials, and "joey" is the name given to the young of all marsupials.


No. Cats are not related to tasmanian devils. Cats are placental mammals and Tasmanian devils are marsupials. There are no true native cats in Australia.


Tasmanian devils and red kangaroos are both marsupialswhich are endemic to Australia.


No. Skunks are placental mammals of the family Mephitidae. Tasmanian devils are marsupials of the family Dasyuridae.


Tasmanian devils, like all marsupials, see shades of colour.


Tasmanian devils belong to the family Dasyuridae. The Dasyurids are carnivorous marsupials.


Apart from both animals being carnivorous mammals, Tasmanian devils and wolverines are not related in any way. Tasmanian devils are marsupials and wolverines are placental mammals.


Tasmanian devils are carnivores. They are members of a group of animals known as dasyurids, which refers to carnivorous marsupials.


Male Tasmanian devils do not have any particular name. This is commonly the case with a large number of Australia's marsupials.


Not at all. Tasmanian devils are marsupials, while dogs are placental mammals. The two are not even remotely related.


Yes. Tasmanian devils are dasyurids, meaning they are carnivorous marsupials. As the largest of the carnivorous marsupials, they are certainly predators. They hunt live animals up to the size of a wallaby, as well as reptiles, birds and even insects. Tasmanian devils are also scavengers, feeding on carrion.


Tasmanian devils will get into fights with anything that comes between them and their food. Quolls, also carnivorous marsupials, are slightly smaller than Tasmanian devils, and more likely to back out of a fight.


The only way in which Tasmanian devils and Tasmanian tigers are related is that they are both marsupials. The Tasmanian devil is more closely related to the quoll than it is to the (now extinct) Tasmanian Tiger or Thylacine. It is also more closely related to some small marsupials than it is to the Thylacine.


Tasmanian devils are just the size of a grain if rice when they are born. They are tiny and undeveloped, like the young of all marsupials.


Tasmanian devils are just the size of a bean when they are born. They are tiny and undeveloped, like the young of all marsupials.


Yes. Tasmanian devils are marsupials, which are mammals. All mammals are vertebrates, meaning all mammals have a backbone.


No. They are completely different types of mammals. Honey badges are placental mammals, while Tasmanian devils are marsupials.


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No. Tasmanian devils do not migrate. Like other Australian marsupials, they remain in the same territory through all the seasons, all year around.


Tasmanina devils - like all marsupials - are vertebrates.



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