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Year 3 school presentation on the Tasmanian devil.

Year 3 school presentation on the Tasmanian devil.

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    • TASMANIAN DEVIL by Sophie
    • Classification
      • The Tasmanian devil is a marsupial.
      • It’s also a carnivore.
    • Appearance
      • The Tasmanian devil is black with white markings on its chest.
      • It’s 12 inches long.
      • It can weigh up to 12 kilograms
      • The Tasmanian devil’s head is bigger than its body.
    • Appearance part 2
      • It has a fat tail if it is in good condition.
      • It also has teeth, eyes, a nose, ears, legs, fur and a pouch.
    • What Does It Eat ?
      • The Tasmanian devil eats sick animals, dead animals, fresh meat, lizards, frogs, insects, wallabies, wombat meat, birds, reptiles and small animals.
    • Where Does The Tasmanian Devil Live ?
      • Tasmanian devils only live on the Australian island state of Tasmania.
      • They live in forests and the countryside.
    • Scientific Name The Tasmanian devil’s scientific name is Sarcophilus Harrisii
    • Not
      • It is not dangerous.
    • How it protects It can protect native animals by eating dingoes and feral cats. This protects them because dingoes and feral cats kill and eat these animals.
    • The Tasmanian Devil Life Cycle
      • 1 The female has a baby in 10 days.
      • 2 She gives birth to 20 or more babys in 1 litter.
      • 3 She carries it for 4 months.
    • Is It Endangered ? The Tasmanian devil is endangered because of this disease. DFT(Devil Facial Tumour)
    • References
      • I got the information from www.dpi.tas.au