How does a Tasmanian devil protect itself?
Many animals use a variety of tools and strategies to frighten away predators or to defend their lair or mate. Some use tooth and claw; others use the way of flight. Some use their environment while still others use the strength of numbers. in nature, all animals, including the Tasmanian devil, defend themselves in one way or another.
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The Tasmanian devil is a short-tempered and feisty animal. If threatened, it will lunge at you, grow red in the ears, bare its teeth, and make an...
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fromChapter 4 / Lesson 175
Come learn about the Tasmanian devil! This lesson will teach you some cool facts about these interesting animals, how they got their name, where they are found, how they live and what they eat.