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Niche of Tasmanian Devil

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Niche of Tasmanian Devil
The Tasmanian Devil
Abiotic Factors
The abiotic factors of the Tasmanian Devil include the rainfall in Tasmania, the amount of sunshine that is received and the wind patterns.
Feeding
The Tasmanian Devil is carnivorous. their prey include snakes, lizards and rodents.
Biotic Factor
The biotic factors include the types of plants that grow nearby and the animals that coexist, both as predators and prey. For example its prey consists of Snakes, Birds, lizards and rodents.
Predators of the Tasmanian Devil may be eagles, owls and the spotted tail quoll.
General Habitat of the Tasmanian Devil
Though Tasmanian devils can live anywhere on the island, they prefer coastal scrublands and forests, according to National Geographic. But no matter what area of the island they inhabit, these animals sleep under rocks or in caves, logs or burrows.
The Tasmanian devil is found on the island of Tasmania in Australia — an area of about 35,042 square miles (90,758 square kilometers)
Activity
The Tasmanian devil is also nocturnal; it sleeps during the day and is awake at night. During the night, they sometimes journey up to 10 miles (16 km) to hunt.
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