Tasmanian Devil Report
Endangered Species Science Report
They are found in Tasmania, Although the devils can live inhabit an area on the island they chose but they like to inhabit coastal scrublands and forests. No matter where they chose to live they sleep under rocks in burrows or caves.
The difference between being kept in captivity at the zoo and the wild is that the zoo cages or habitats is that the zoo tries to emulate their habitat as much as possible. But the differences between the zoo and the wild include:
Small Cages or Habitats in the zoo = In the zoo the animals cannot roam around as much as they would in the wild.
Reproduction= The numbers of reproduction would be lower in the zoo compared to the wild because there aren't as many Tasmanian Devils in the zoo than in the wild.
Hunting= They wouldn't know how to hunt for food as well as animals in the wild because their zoo keeper would feed them instead but in the wild the animal must hunt for their own food.
The similarities between the zoo and wild include:
The habitat that the zoo recreates to emulate a Tasmanian Devil's real habitat would be very accurate to where they would actually live. So the zoo would put burrows and logs so the animals can sleep in them at night just as they would in the wild.
Human Impact/ Facial Tumor Disease
Prevention Techniques that are used to help Tasmanian Devils stay in good population numbers
I apologize if there is any offensive or inappropriate content in the video.
Also the animals are very loud so turn your volume on low and ignore the commentating from the recorder of the video.
The Dates the websites were used and Website URLs
http://www.ask.com/pets-animals/many-tasmanian-devils-left-9d3e17b596e45b0a - this website might not be fully reliable but it was one of the only websites that had an appropriate answer in regarding the population numbers of the Tasmanian Devils
Adaptation Video (Youtube Link)- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AyaeE4v3OW8