Regent Honeyeater & Tasmanian Devil
By Anita Staszko FIONTAR- Animal Activists
Common Name: Regent Honeyeater
Climate: Doesn't have a specific climate, but is around in eucalypt forests
Habitat: Dry box-ironbark eucalypt woodlands and forests, along rivers and flats
Diet: They eat the nectar of flowering eucalypts, invertebrates and also lerps
Body Temperature: No specific temperature but the average temperature for most birds is 40 degrees celsius
Social Structure: Not specified
Period of Activity: They are highly active and are capable of flying long distances
Conservation Status: Critically Endangered
Common Name: Tasmanian Devil
Climate: Prefer coastal scrub lands and forests
Habitat: Found in Tasmania and they sleep under rocks, in caves, logs or burrows
Diet: Mostly birds, snakes, fish and insects
Body Temperature: Around 36 degrees celsius
Social Structure: Individual
Period of Activity: When they are hunting, fighting and protecting themselves
Conservation Status: Endangered
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- Tasmanian Devils 2016, N.a., accessed 27 May 2016, <http://www.livescience.com/27440-tasmanian-devils.html>.
- Tasmanian Devils n.d., N.a., accessed 27 May 2016, <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9231376>.
- Tasmanian Devils n.d., Zoo's Victoria, accessed 27 May 2016, <http://www.zoo.org.au/healesville/animals/tasmanian-devil>.