Thorny devils do not raise their babies. The female thorny devil digs a burrow in the sand, and deposits the eggs there. Then she leaves them to hatch on their own, a process which can take many months. When the young thorny devil hatch, they are able to care for themselves, and start eating ants immediately.
Thorny devil babies do not stay with their parents at all. Thorny devils lay their eggs in chambers in a burrow which is about 30cm deep. After this, they have no further parental involvement. Once the young thorny devils hatch, they are able to begin eating ants immediately.
Thorny devils are not born; they are hatched. Females lay a clutch of between 3 and 10 eggs each season.
Thorny devils are not mammals: they do not have nipples.
Thorny devils lay between 3 and 10 ten eggs at a time, underground, during Australia's spring-summer season.
There are many aboriginal dialects. In the language of the Pitjantjatjara and Yankunytjatjara people, who populate the area where the thorny devil is mostly found, the thorny devil is known as Ngiyari.
They are 63-65 millimeters long. Tough question!
It damage the thorny devil.
A thorny devil is a vertebrate
The thorny devil isn't a mammel
A thorny devil ecosystem is the desert
the thorny devil is a lizard and the tasmanian devil is sort of a dog. also the tasmanian devil lives in tasmania and the thorny devil lives in south australia
what eats a desert lizard called the thorny devil
Yes. The Thorny devil belongs to the order Squamata.
There is no specific name for a male thorny devil.
There are no accurate figures for the population of the thorny devil, as this lizard is not endangered.
no, the thorny devil is diurnal because it is active during the day.
a thorny devil cost 90 to 1,000 dollars
the average weight of the female thorny devil is 95g.
There are no accurate figures for the population of the thorny devil, as this lizard is not classified as endangered.
Australia's thorny devil is only a couple of centimetres in height.
The thorny devil is a vertebrate, just as all reptiles are vertebrates.
As the thorny devil is not endangered, there are no accurate figures available on its population.
the thorny devil does not eat humans but can do some bad things to you
As the thorny devil is not endangered, there are no accurate figures available on its population. Websites that state the thorny devil is endangered, with around 1000 reptiles remaining, are incorrect.