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  • 1. By drew and Rhys
  • 2. The spikesThe thorny devil’s spikes not onlyprovide water, but they also make thelizard deficit to eat.
  • 3. Spikes for lifeMany reptiles that live in deserts don’tdrink much—they get the water theyneed from their food.
  • 4. FeedingIt feeds exclusively on ants (favouritebeing small black ants), eating hugenumbers In a single meal it isestimated a Thorny Devil can eatbetween 600 and 3,000 ants! Theamazing fact is that they eat them oneat a time with its flicking sticky tongue,at a rate of up to 45 a minute.
  • 5. Habitat & LocationThorny devils are found throughoutout Australias interior desert, mostlyon sandy soils Plant life in these areavaries from Spinifex to "Mallei"scrubland.
  • 6. RestingAt night time Thorny Devils partly digsinto the soil to keep warmer Duringreally hot days, thorny devils digthemselves a shallow undergroundburrow sometimes under smallshrubs to provide extra protectionfrom the hot

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