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The male Tasmanian Devil grows up to about 650 mm in length and 9 kg in mass; females grow to 570 mm and 7 kg (not including the 240 - 260 mm tail).

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There is no exact size of a Tasmanian devil. For average sizes, see the related question.


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.


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


The average length of an adult Tasmanian devil, including its tail, is 80-90cm long.


The average height of an adult Tasmanian Devil is around 30cm, or 12 inches, at the shoulder.


The average weight of an adult Tasmanian devil is between 7 and 9 kilograms. Females are smaller and lighter than males.


Any animal larger than a wallaby will not be attacked or hunted by a Tasmanian devil. However, there is no limit to the size of an animal it will eat if the animal is already dead, as the Tasmanian devil is a scavenger as well as a hunter.


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


The Tasmanian devil is about 30cm tall.


Tasmanian devil is the correct spelling.


The genus of the Tasmanian devil is Sarcophilus.


Tasmanian devil was created in 1841.


The average length of an adult Tasmanian devil, including its tail, is 80-90cm long, which equals 31 - 35 inches.


The average weight of a female Tasmanian devil is around 7 kg, but the female can grow to 9 kg in weight.


Tasmanian devils do not eat other live Tasmanian devils. They will, however, readily feed on the carcass of another Tasmanian devil that has died.


The average height of an adult Tasmanian Devil is around 30cm, or 12 inches, at the shoulder.


On average, Tasmanian devils in the wild live for 6 years.


Tasmanian devil is the common name.


The Tasmanian devil belongs to the class Mammalia.


No, the Tasmanian devil does not live in the desert.



The Tasmanian devil has a conservation status of Endangered.


No. Tasmanian devils are carnivores. They feed on mammals up to the size of a wallaby, birds, reptiles and insects.


A "Tasmanian Devil" is an animal. As such it does not have any geography. The Term "geography" can only be applied to land not animals. For instance you could as "What is the geography of Tasmania" or "What is the geographical habitat of the Tasmanian Devil" but not "What is the geography of a Tasmanian Devil".For the habitat of the Tasmanian devil, see the related question.



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