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Tasmanian Devil Joeys What's loud, squeedorable, and will chomp your finger right off? Why a nest of Tasmanian Devil Joeys of course!

The Alma Park Zoo's baby Tasmanian Devils (Imps) are starting to make themselves known as they begin to venture out of the den with their mom, Lilith. All three are girls and what is even more remarkable is the fact they are all completely black. Devils usually have a white band across their chest or white across their rump, but not these girls. To have one completely black would be rare, to have three is quite exceptional.

ALL ABOARD! The Alma Park Zoo's baby Tasmanian Devils (Imps) are starting to make themselves known as they begin to venture out of the den with their mom, Lilith.

numbers of the Tasmanian Devil have been reduced by 80% since 1996.  because of limited genetic diversity on the island, they have developed a type of cancer that is rapidly leading the species towards extinction. (Jurgen & Christine Sohns / FLPA / Minden Pictures)

The Tasmanian devil (Sarcophilus harrisii) is a carnivorous marsupial, now found…

Rarely seen in the wild we went to a Tasmanian devil rescue center where they had a number in open pens where they could be cared for and kept from hopefully catching a facial cancer which is destroying the population. #Tasmania

Rarely seen in the wild we went to a Tasmanian devil rescue center where they had a number in open pens where they could be cared for and kept from hopefully catching a facial cancer which is destroying the population.

Tasmanian Devils are ring ravaged a a rare form of transmissible cancer. They infect each other with the cancer when they "share" food while fighting and biting each other. The entire species is on the brink of extinction. Very sad.

I have a cousin who lives in Tasmania that I've never met!

Tasmanian Devil, now close to extinction because of a contagious facial tumour.` - Explore the World with Travel Nerd Nici, one Country at a Time. http://TravelNerdNici.com

"The Tasmanian Devil." Sadly now close to extinction, because of a contagious facial tumor that spiralled out of control through the population of The Tasmanian Devil

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