The female Tasmanian devil is not assigned any particular name.
The female Tasmanian devil raises the young joeys.
The Tasmanian devil is not called a thief.
The female Tasmanian devil is much smaller than the male, but apart from that, there is little difference between the two, aside from the obvious difference of male and female reproductive organs. The Tasmanian devil is a marsupial, and the female therefore has a pouch in which she rears her young.
The average weight of a female Tasmanian devil is around 7 kg, but the female can grow to 9 kg in weight.
A cancer called Devil Facial Tumour Disease is endangering the Tasmanian devil.
The most common word by which Tasmanian Aborigines called the Tasmanian devil was "purinina".
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A baby Tasmanian devil is called a joey, just as all marsupial young are called joeys.
The Tasmanian devil was given its name primarily because of the unearthly screams and growls it emits when fighting with another Tasmanian devil over food or territory.
Like all marsupials, the young of a Tasmanian Devil is called a joey.It is not called an "imp", a "cub" or a "pup".
The Tasmanian devil father has no job because after 3 days, the female kicks him out.
The correct name for a baby Tasmanian devil is "joey". Tasmanian devils are marsupials, and all marsupial young are called joeys.