Race to save the devil Down Under
A 14-month-old Tasmanian Devil bares its teeth at Devil Ark in Barrington Tops, New South Wales. Photo courtesy: AFP Two 14-month-old Tasmanian Devils explore t.
It's been hundreds of years since the Tasmanian devil last lived on the Australian mainland but, in the misty hills of Barrington Tops, a pioneering group is being bred for survival. Rat-like in appearance but with a marsupial
An aggressive and contagious facial cancer threatens to drive the wild Tasmanian devil to extinction in as little as five years. By Amy Coopes, AFPThu, May 17 2012 at 5:24 AM EST CUTE AND THREATENED: Adrian Good, a keeper at Devil Ark in the Barrington
26th April 2012 – 15 conservationists from Still Wild Still Threatened, Huon Valley Environment Centre and Code Green are conducting a “sit in” at Forestry Tasmania's Hobart headquarters, dressed as Tasmanian devils.
A GOVERNMENT plan to turn Tasmania's Maria Island national park into a last refuge for the disease-plagued Tasmanian devil has sparked strong opposition from wildlife advocates. Attempts to safeguard the marsupial against extinction in the wild are