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Tasmanian devil is the common name.

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There is no other name for the Tasmanian devil. This is the name by which it is known.


Sarcophilus harrisii is the full name for the Tasmanian devil.


The binomial name of the Tasmanian devil is Sarcophilus harrisii.


There is no particular name for a male Tasmanian devil.


The species name for the Tasmanian devil is Sarcophilus harrisii.


The most common word by which Tasmanian Aborigines called the Tasmanian devil was "purinina".


No the Tasmanian devil isn't a real devil but they can be quite ferocious. :) this is probably why they got their name (devil).


The Tasmanian devil, the largest living marsupial carnivore, earned its common name because of its blood-curdling nocturnal screams.


No. The Tasmanian devil is a dasyurid, or carnivorous marsupial. It gained its name for its bloodcurdling nocturnal screams.


The Tasmanian devil, the largest living marsupial carnivore, earned its common name because of its blood-curdling nocturnal screams. "Sarcophilus Harrisi," which means "Harris's flesh lover."


The female Tasmanian devil is not assigned any particular name.


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 indigenous people in Australia knew of the Tasmanian devil for thousands of years. The first European to describe and name the Tasmanian devil was naturalist George Harris in 1807.


The Latin name of the Tasmanian devil, more correctly referred to as the scientific name, is Sarcophilus harisii.


The first European to describe and name the Tasmanian devil was naturalist George Harris in 1807.


The indigenous people in Australia knew of the Tasmanian devil for thousands of years. The first European to describe and name the Tasmanian devil was naturalist George Harris in 1807.


Her name is never given but she is referred to as 'Devilish' and 'She-Devil' .


Male Tasmanian devils do not have any particular name.


If the question means "What animals are most closely related to the Tasmanian Devil?", then the four species of quolls are most closely related to the Tasmanian Devil.The Tasmanian devil is the only member of its genus Sarcophilus. However, besides the quoll, other relatives include the numbat, the now-extinct Tylacine (Tasmanian tiger) and the antechinus.


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.



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



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