Tasmanian Devil

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Tasmanian devils have keen senses of smell, sight, touch, and taste and communicate with a variety of vocalizations and physical cues.

Tasmanian devils have keen senses of smell, sight, touch, and taste.

They communicate through a wide variety of vocalizations and physical cues, such as yawning and raising their tails.

Sources: (Fahey & Kinder, 2001; Save the Tasmanian Devil Program, April 2018)
Image: Mathias Appel

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