Tasmanian Devil

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​Tasmanian Devils, Sarcophilus harrisiiare threatened by Devil Facial Tumour Disease. The disease afflicts three quarters of Tasmania's Devils but is absent from Devils in the Tarkine in Tasmania's North West.

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