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The Tasmanian Devil eats insects, mammals up to the size of a wombat, and carrion.

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The Tasmanian devil is a carnivorous marsupial. It is at the top of the food chain.


The Tasmanian devil is not a producer. It does not produce its own food. It is a consumer.


Being a dasyurid, or carnivorous marsupial, the Tasmanian Devil is at the top of the food chain.


The Tasmanian devil does not store food. The thickness of its tail is an indication of the animal's health. It does store fat in its tail so that if food is scarce, the Tasmanian devil can draw on these fat reserves.


Being a dasyurid, or carnivorous marsupial, the Tasmanian Devil is at the top of the food chain. The Tasmanian devil feeds on smaller mammals, which in turn feed on vegetation. The Tasmanian devil also feeds on birds, eggs, lizards and even sets.


The Tasmanian devil was given its name primarily because of the unearthly screams and growls it emits when fighting with another Tasmanian devil over food or territory.


The Tasmanian Devil eats insects, mammals up to the size of a wombat, and carrion.


The Tasmanian Devil eats insects, mammals up to the size of a wombat, and carrion.


food, shelter, water, warmth. With those the Tasmanian Devil is healthy and will survive :)


The Tasmanian devil is at the top of the food chain in Australia, and therefore has no natural predators.


The Thylacine (Tasmanian tiger) did not hate the Tasmanian devil. Tasmanian Devil and the Thylacine both occupied the top of the food chain, competing for live prey, until the Thylacine became extinct in 1936.


The Tasmanian devil does not have a "temper". "Temper" is a word applied to people, not animals. The Tasmanian devil exhibits behaviour.When faced with competition for its food supply or territory, the Tasmanian devil becomes aggressive in its behaviour.



The only animal dangerous to the Tasmanian devil is the fox. A recently introduced species in Tasmania, the fox is a danger to Tasmanian devil joeys, and it is also a competitor with adults for food.


Tasmanian devils scream and growl when they are fighting with another Tasmanian devil over food or territory.


Tasmanian devils are nocturnal eaters, hunting and scavenging for food at night.


they didn't both were at the top of the food chain


The Tasmanian devil is at the top of the food chain, so it does not have enemies which "strike".


Tasmanian devils are shy and reclusive, but aggressive when fighting over food.


The Tasmanian devil is a nocturnal hunter and a scavenger. It hunts live prey, but more often feeds on rhe carcasses of animals that are already dead.


No.. the Tasmanian devil is simply just an animal in the regular food chain... Humans... however at the top of the food chain... which means humans should not be scared of tasmainian devils


The Tasmanian devil is at the top of the food chain, and nothing hunts the adult creatures. Tasmanian devil joeys may be hunted by introduced creatures such as foxes and domestic dogs. Birds of prey such as falcons and goshawks may also take young devils.


The Tasmanian Devil eats insects, mammals up to the size of a wombat, and carrion. They are both hunters and scavengers.


The correct name for the Tasmanian wolf is Thylacine. Also known as the Tasmanian tiger (and not to be confused with the Tasmanian devil), this was a dasyurid, or carnivorous marsupial, and at the top of the food chain. It had no predators.


The Tasmanian devil's only native competitor for food is the quol. However, the quoll is a much smaller dasyurid, and is certainly not a competitor for the carrion which Tasmanian devils eat. Foxes have been introduced fairly recently into Tasmania, and they, too, are competition for the Tasmanian devil.



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