The exact reason behind Tasmanian Devils’ behavior is not 100% known, but in all likelihood it is rooted in territorial tendencies or as a way of communicating with others of its species. Much of the creatures’ aggressive behavior comes in sharing a kill, although what appears to be violent is often just bluffing and threatening as a means of trying to get a greater share of the meal. Tasmanian Devils fight most commonly during mating season, specifically between males, and in doing so are very vocal.
Tasmanian Devils are especially aggressive when eating or mating. Mating is especially violent but they are most aggressive when feeding.
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