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probally around millions of years. they say they were here before electricity

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Q: How long have the Tasmanian devils been on earth?
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How long are newborn Tasmanian Devils?

Newborn Tasmanian devils are less than 2cm in length.


How long has the Tasmanian Devils existed?

The Tasmanian devil is thought to have been around for over 10 million years. They are only found on the island of Tasmania.


How long have Tasmanian devils been around for?

They have been around since the sixth day God took to create the world.


How long does it take for Tasmanian devils to make their dens?

Although Tasmanian devils can and do dig, they expend little energy on making their dens. Tasmanian devils often use caves,hollow logs and old wombat burrows for their dens.


How long have tasminen develsn been around?

Many scientists believe that Tasmanian devils have been around for over 3,000 years. The Tasmanian devil is an animal that is found in the wild in Australia.


What is the incubation period of a Tasmanian Devil?

Tasmanian devils do not have an incubation period. The term "incubation" relates to how long an egg takes to hatch, and Tasmanian devils do not lay eggs. The gestation period of the Tasmanian devil is between 18 and 21 days.


When are Tasmanian devils born after fertilization?

The gestation period of a Tasmanian devil is between 18 and 21 days.


How long can a Tasmanian devil swim?

Tasmanian devils can swim long enough to save themselves in a minor flood, but they do not readily swim by choice. They a not built for endurance swimming.


What animals live in the same biome as Tasmanian devils do?

Tasmanian devils live in thick bushland or temperate forests in Tasmania, as long as there is sufficient undergrowth for them to hide. Animals which may share this biome include wombats, quolls, bandicoots, possums, pademelons and bettongs.


How long has the Tasmanian forester kangaroo been extinct?

The Tasmanian forester kangaroo is not extinct.


Do Tasmanian devils eat platypuses?

The Tasmanian Devil (Sarcophilus harrisii) is a carnivorous marsupial mammal that is native to Tasmania. It is a member of the group of animals known as Dasyurids, which simply means the carnivorous marsupials.


How did the Tasmanian devils' tumours form?

It is not known what initially caused the Tasmanian Devil Facial Tumour Disease. Tasmanian Devils seem to be particularly vulnerable to this disease because of their genetic makeup: they have particularly low levels of genetic diversity and a chromosomal mutation which is unique among carnivorous mammals. It is hoped that, by studying this genetic makeup, scientists will be able to develop a vaccine and/or cure. In 2009, scientists identified the genetic marker that causes Tasmanian devils to be predisposed to the disease, and this will go a long way towards finding a cure.