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Thorny devils weigh between 70 and 95 grams.


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


Adult male thorny devils typically weigh between 75 and 90 grams, with females tending to be heavier.


The thorny devil does not give birth, but reproduces by laying eggs. The female lays a clutch of between 3 and 10 eggs.


Yes. some starfish are poisonous. For example: The Poisonous Thorny Starfish.


Thorny devils are not born; they are hatched. Females lay a clutch of between 3 and 10 eggs each season.


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Thorny devils lay between 3 and 10 ten eggs at a time, underground, during Australia's spring-summer season.


It damage the thorny devil.



The Thorny devil, an unusual thorny lizard of desert regions in Australia, is properly classed as an insectivore. It feeds almost exclusively on ants.The Thorny devil, an unusual thorny lizard of desert regions in Australia, is properly classed as an insectivore. It feeds exclusively on ants.


a thorny devil has 100 babys


What animals are enemies to the thorny devil


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


Thorny devils occur in Australia.


how does an thorny devil adapt to its envierment


The thorny devil isn't a mammel


A thorny devil ecosystem is the desert


Thorny devils breathe using lungs. The thorny devil is a reptile, and all reptiles breathe using lungs.


what eats a desert lizard called the thorny devil


Thorny devils' spikes are sharp.


Some variety are thorny, however, some are not.


Yes. The Thorny devil belongs to the order Squamata.


There is no specific name for a male thorny devil.


Thorny Hawkes died on 1929-02-02.



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