Tasmanian devil


- "They can run up to 15 mph for an hour," from Jack and Jill magazine.

- According to Jack and Jill magazine they have on of the strongest bites of a mammal; so strong they can eat through a metal trap.

- " Stocky and muscular, the devil is about the size of a small dog," from Jack and Jill magazine.

- "Devils are carnivores (m eat-eaters) and scavengers. They prefer to eat animals, such as baby kangaroos, rabbits, and rats that are already dead," from Jack and Jill magazine.

- "Tasmanian devils live in Tasmania , a large is land off the coast of Australia — the only place in the world where they can be found, " from Jack and Jill magazine.

- "Sarcophilus harrisii," is the scientific name of the Tasmanian devil, from San Diego Zoo.

-" Like other Marsupials, it has a pouch on its belly for carrying babies," from Jack and Jill magazine.

- "Usually nocturnal; will come out during the day to lie in sun," from San Diego Zoo.

- "Tasmanian devil babies are know as both joeys and imps," from Jack and Jill magazine.

- "Tasmanian devils may look cute and cuddly, but when threatened , they will shriek, howl, bare teeth , and spin around in circles," from Jack and Jill magazine.

TASMANIAN DEVIL feeding frenzy at Trowunna Wildlife Park - Tasmania
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Citing sources

Tasmanian Devil Feeding Frenzy at Trowunna Wildlife Park- Tasmania. Dir. Stairs and Sparks. Youtube, 2015. Youtube Video.

"Tasmanian Devil." Tasmanian Devil 1 July 2014. Print.

"Tasmanian Devil, Sarcophilus Harrisii." San Diego Zoo. Jan. 2012. Web. 15 Apr. 2016.

Tasmanian Devil. Digital image. San Diego Zoo. Web. 15 Apr. 2016.

Number 1 of the Top Ten Is Sadly the Tasmanian Devil. Digital image. Wildlife Emergency. 31 Jan. 2016. Web. 15 Apr. 2016.