The quoll is the closest relative to the Tasmanian devil. They both share the same Family - Dasyuridae, but the Tasmanian Devil is from the Genus Sarcophilus and the Eastern Quoll has the Genus Dasyurus. Both are Australia's largest carnivorous marsupials.
If the question means "What animals are most closely related to the Tasmanian Devil?", then the four species of quolls are most closely related to the Tasmanian Devil.The Tasmanian devil is the only member of its genus Sarcophilus. However, besides the quoll, other relatives include the numbat, the now-extinct Tylacine (Tasmanian tiger) and the antechinus.
The Tasmanian devil does not have a nickname.
Tasmanian devil is the correct spelling.
The Tasmanian devil is about 30cm tall.
Tasmanian devil was created in 1841.
Tasmanian devils do not eat other live Tasmanian devils. They will, however, readily feed on the carcass of another Tasmanian devil that has died.
No, the Tasmanian devil does not live in the desert.
rat + pouch = tasmanian devil
The Tasmanian devil has a conservation status of Endangered.
Tasmanian devil is the common name.
The Tasmanian devil belongs to the class Mammalia.