Tasmanian devil

The Life of Animals | Tasmanian devil | The Tasmanian devil is the largest surviving Carnivorous marsupials in Australia The fur is usually black, Often with irregular white patches on the chest and rump (although approximately 16% of wild devils do not have white patches) These markings suggest That the devil is most active at dawn and dusk, and They are thought to draw biting attacks toward less Important areas of the body, fighting as the between devils Often leads to a concentration of scars in That Region. Males are usually larger than females, having an average head and body length of 652 mm (25.7 in), a 258 mm (10.2 in) tail and an average weight of 8 kg (18 lb). Females have an average head and body length of 570 mm (22 in), a 244 mm (9.6 in) tail and an average weight of 6 kg (13 lb), although in western Tasmanian devils growing niche to be Smaller. Devils have five long toes on Their forefeet, four pointing to the front and one coming out from the side, the which the devil Gives the ability to hold food. The Hind feet have four toes, and the devils have non-retractable claws The devils have a stocky Relatively low center of mass. Devils are fully grown at two years of age and live longer Few devils than five years old in the wild The devil stores body fat in its tail, and healthy devils have fat tails.

The Tasmanian devil has an Exceptionally strong bite for its size, generating a force of over 553 N (1.220 lb). The jaw can open to 75-80 degrees, allowing the devil to generate the large amount of power to tear meat and crush bones sufficient force to allow it to bite through thick metal wire The power of the jaws is in part due to its comparatively large head. The teeth and jaws of Tasmanian devils resemble Those of hyenas, an example of convergent evolution Dasyurid teeth resemble Those of primitive marsupials. Like all dasyurids, the devil has prominent canines and cheek teeth.

It The devil has long whiskers on its face and in clumps on the top of the head. These help the devil locate prey foraging in the dark, and aid in detecting During other devils are close feeding. The devil, unlike other marsupials, has a "well-defined, saddle-shaped ectotympanic". Since devils hunt at night, Their vision seems a to be strongest in black and white.

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