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It damage the thorny devil.

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Q: What can humans to protect the thorny devils habitat?
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What is a thorny devils pradator?

The thorny devils predators are humans and Bustard. Bustard is a type of bird. So there is your answer..

What do the thorny devils spikes feel like?

Thorny devils' spikes are sharp.

How long can thorny devils get?

Thorny devils average less than 20cm in length.

Why do thorny devils have sand coloured skin?

Thorny devils have sandy coloured skin to enable them to camouflage in their habitat. This offers extra protection for what is a slow-moving and otherwise defenceless lizard. Thorny devils can actually change the colour of their skin to match their environment: therefore, some may appear sandy coloured, while others are darker.

Do thorny devils make good pets?

Thorny devils can be good pets. It really depends on who you are.

Why should you protect thorny devils?

they're part of the animals too... to think of it, we're actually the crullest

Are thorny devils poisonous?


Can thorny devils climb cactuses?

No Thorny devils cannot climb cactuses. Incidentally, cacti are not even native to Australia, which is the natural environment of the thorny devil.

What color are thorny devils?

Thorny devils are essentially varying patchy shades of brown and gold, which enables them to blend in with their desert surroundings. Newly hatched baby thorny devils tend towards black in colour.

On what continent is the thorny devil found?

Thorny devils occur in Australia.

What are the thorny devils natural enemies?

What animals are enemies to the thorny devil

How many nipples does a thorny devil have?

Thorny devils are not mammals: they do not have nipples.