What Temperature does the thorny devil have to be in.?
Well, thorny devils become less active in winter (and may even hibernate, depending on just how cold it gets) and during the hottest summer months. According to the information in the following site, during one study the average body temperature of thorny devils during an active period (spring or fall) was 33.3c. And since their body temperature is regulated by air temperature I would surmise they would be comfortable in that temperature range (33.3), or around 90f. The following site is very interesting: http://uts.cc.utexas.