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SYDNEY-FESTIVAL/LIGHT
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May 21, 2017
The Sydney Harbour Bridge can be seen behind a visitor to a preview of Taronga Zoo's illuminated endangered...
Sydney, Australia
Sydney Harbour Bridge can be seen behind a visitor to a preview of Taronga Zoo's illuminated endangered...
The Sydney Harbour Bridge can be seen behind a visitor to a preview of Taronga Zoo's illuminated endangered animal sculptures walking past the Tasmanian Devil display, which is part of Vivid Sydney Festival of Light and Sound which will begin on May 26 with many of Sydney's landmarks participating in the annual event, in Sydney, Australia, May 21, 2017. REUTERS/David Gray
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Tasmanian devils come home
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AUSTRALIA-ENVIRONMENT/TASMANIANDEVILS
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November 19, 2015
Devil Ark operations manager Mike Drinkwater waves off a chartered aircraft carrying a shipment of healthy...
SCONE, Australia
Devil Ark operations manager Mike Drinkwater waves off a chartered aircraft carrying a shipment of healthy...
Devil Ark operations manager Mike Drinkwater waves off a chartered aircraft carrying a shipment of healthy and genetically diverse Tasmanian Devils to the island state of Tasmania, from Scone Airport on Australia's mainland, November 18, 2015. The largest group so far of disease-free Tasmanian devils has been released in the wild, as part of plans to save the carnivorous marsupials from a cancer threatening them with extinction. Picture taken November 18. REUTERS/Jason Reed
AUSTRALIA-ENVIRONMENT/TASMANIANDEVILS
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November 19, 2015
A Tasmanian Devil is loaded by Devil Ark manager Dean Reid onto a chartered aircraft as part of a shipment...
BARRINGTON TOPS, Australia
A Tasmanian Devil is loaded by Devil Ark manager Reid onto a chartered aircraft as part of a shipment...
A Tasmanian Devil is loaded by Devil Ark manager Dean Reid onto a chartered aircraft as part of a shipment of healthy and genetically diverse devils to the island state of Tasmania, from Scone Airport on Australia's mainland, November 18, 2015. The largest group so far of disease-free Tasmanian devils has been released in the wild, as part of plans to save the carnivorous marsupials from a cancer threatening them with extinction. Picture taken November 18. REUTERS/Jason Reed
AUSTRALIA-ENVIRONMENT/TASMANIANDEVILS
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November 19, 2015
A Tasmanian Devil fights off another devil as he eats kangaroo meat before a first shipment of healthy...
BARRINGTON TOPS, Australia
A Tasmanian Devil fights off another devil as he eats kangaroo meat before a first shipment of healthy...
A Tasmanian Devil fights off another devil as he eats kangaroo meat before a first shipment of healthy and genetically diverse devils is sent to the island state of Tasmania, at the Devil Ark sanctuary in Barrington Tops on Australia's mainland, November 17, 2015. The largest group so far of disease-free Tasmanian devils has been released in the wild, as part of plans to save the carnivorous marsupials from a cancer threatening them with extinction. Picture taken November 17. REUTERS/Jason Reed
AUSTRALIA-ENVIRONMENT/TASMANIANDEVILS
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November 19, 2015
Tasmanian Devils fight in their enclosure before the first shipment of healthy and genetically diverse...
BARRINGTON TOPS, Australia
Tasmanian Devils fight in their enclosure before the first shipment of healthy and genetically diverse...
Tasmanian Devils fight in their enclosure before the first shipment of healthy and genetically diverse devils to the island state of Tasmania are sent from the Devil Ark sanctuary in Barrington Tops on Australia's mainland, November 17, 2015. The largest group so far of disease-free Tasmanian devils has been released in the wild, as part of plans to save the carnivorous marsupials from a cancer threatening them with extinction. Picture taken November 17. REUTERS/Jason Reed
AUSTRALIA-ENVIRONMENT/TASMANIANDEVILS
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November 19, 2015
A Tasmanian Devil joey sits on the shoulder of Devil Ark manager Dean Reid as he prepares a shipment...
BARRINGTON TOPS, Australia
A Tasmanian Devil joey sits on the shoulder of Devil Ark manager Reid as he prepares a shipment of healthy...
A Tasmanian Devil joey sits on the shoulder of Devil Ark manager Dean Reid as he prepares a shipment of healthy and genetically diverse devils to the island state of Tasmania, at the Devil Ark sanctuary in Barrington Tops on Australia's mainland, November 17, 2015. The largest group so far of disease-free Tasmanian devils has been released in the wild, as part of plans to save the carnivorous marsupials from a cancer threatening them with extinction. Picture taken November 17. REUTERS/Jason Reed
AUSTRALIA-ENVIRONMENT/TASMANIANDEVILS
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November 19, 2015
Devil Ark manager Dean Reid walks with a pair of Tasmanian Devils joeys on his shoulders before the first...
BARRINGTON TOPS, Australia
Devil Ark manager Reid walks with a pair of Tasmanian Devils joeys on his shoulders before the first...
Devil Ark manager Dean Reid walks with a pair of Tasmanian Devils joeys on his shoulders before the first shipment of healthy and genetically diverse devils to the island state of Tasmania leave the Devil Ark sanctuary in Barrington Tops on Australia's mainland, November 17, 2015. The largest group so far of disease-free Tasmanian devils has been released in the wild, as part of plans to save the carnivorous marsupials from a cancer threatening them with extinction. Picture taken November 17. REUTERS/Jason Reed
AUSTRALIA-ENVIRONMENT/TASMANIANDEVILS
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November 19, 2015
A Tasmanian Devil eats kangaroo meat before the first shipment of healthy and genetically diverse devils...
BARRINGTON TOPS, Australia
A Tasmanian Devil eats kangaroo meat before the first shipment of healthy and genetically diverse devils...
A Tasmanian Devil eats kangaroo meat before the first shipment of healthy and genetically diverse devils are sent to the island state of Tasmania, at the Devil Ark sanctuary in Barrington Tops on Australia's mainland, November 17, 2015. The largest group so far of disease-free Tasmanian devils has been released in the wild, as part of plans to save the carnivorous marsupials from a cancer threatening them with extinction. Picture taken November 17. REUTERS/Jason Reed
AUSTRALIA-ENVIRONMENT/TASMANIANDEVILS
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November 19, 2015
Devil Ark operations manager Mike Drinkwater (C) points to the sky as a chartered flight carrying a shipment...
BARRINGTON TOPS, Australia
Devil Ark operations manager Drinkwater points to the sky as a chartered flight carrying a shipment of...
Devil Ark operations manager Mike Drinkwater (C) points to the sky as a chartered flight carrying a shipment of healthy and genetically diverse Tasmanian Devils takes off to the island state of Tasmania from Scone Airport near the Devil Ark sanctuary on Australia's mainland, November 18, 2015. The largest group so far of disease-free Tasmanian devils has been released in the wild, as part of plans to save the carnivorous marsupials from a cancer threatening them with extinction. Picture taken November 18. REUTERS/Jason Reed
AUSTRALIA-ENVIRONMENT/TASMANIANDEVILS
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November 19, 2015
A Tasmanian Devil joey sits on the shoulder of Devil Ark manager Dean Reid as he prepares a shipment...
BARRINGTON TOPS, Australia
A Tasmanian Devil joey sits on the shoulder of Devil Ark manager Reid as he prepares a shipment of healthy...
A Tasmanian Devil joey sits on the shoulder of Devil Ark manager Dean Reid as he prepares a shipment of healthy and genetically diverse devils to the island state of Tasmania, at the Devil Ark sanctuary in Barrington Tops on Australia's mainland, November 17, 2015. The largest group so far of disease-free Tasmanian devils has been released in the wild, as part of plans to save the carnivorous marsupials from a cancer threatening them with extinction. Picture taken November 17. REUTERS/Jason Reed
AUSTRALIA-ENVIRONMENT/TASMANIANDEVILS
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November 19, 2015
A trap containing a Tasmanian Devil named Cameron is prepared as part of a shipment of healthy and genetically...
BARRINGTON TOPS, Australia
Trap containing a Tasmanian Devil named Cameron is prepared as part of a shipment of healthy and genetically...
A trap containing a Tasmanian Devil named Cameron is prepared as part of a shipment of healthy and genetically diverse devils to the island state of Tasmania, at the Devil Ark sanctuary in Barrington Tops on Australia's mainland, November 18, 2015. The largest group so far of disease-free Tasmanian devils has been released in the wild, as part of plans to save the carnivorous marsupials from a cancer threatening them with extinction. Picture taken November 18. REUTERS/Jason Reed
AUSTRALIA-ENVIRONMENT/TASMANIANDEVILS
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November 19, 2015
Tasmanian Devils are strapped in their traps onto a truck bed during a shipment of healthy and genetically...
BARRINGTON TOPS, Australia
Tasmanian Devils are strapped in their traps onto a truck bed during a shipment of healthy and genetically...
Tasmanian Devils are strapped in their traps onto a truck bed during a shipment of healthy and genetically diverse devils to the island state of Tasmania, at the Devil Ark sanctuary in Barrington Tops on Australia's mainland, November 18, 2015. The largest group so far of disease-free Tasmanian devils has been released in the wild, as part of plans to save the carnivorous marsupials from a cancer threatening them with extinction. Picture taken November 18. REUTERS/Jason Reed
AUSTRALIA-ENVIRONMENT/TASMANIANDEVILS
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November 19, 2015
A Tasmanian Devil sits among tall grass as a shipment of healthy and genetically diverse devils to the...
BARRINGTON TOPS, Australia
Tasmanian Devil sits among tall grass as a shipment of healthy and genetically diverse devils to the...
A Tasmanian Devil sits among tall grass as a shipment of healthy and genetically diverse devils to the island state of Tasmania are prepared, at the Devil Ark sanctuary in Barrington Tops on Australia's mainland, November 17, 2015. The largest group so far of disease-free Tasmanian devils has been released in the wild, as part of plans to save the carnivorous marsupials from a cancer threatening them with extinction. Picture taken November 17. REUTERS/Jason Reed
AUSTRALIA-ENVIRONMENT/TASMANIANDEVILS
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November 19, 2015
A Tasmanian Devil named Irene has her paws sprayed with disinfectant by operations manager Mike Drinkwater...
BARRINGTON TOPS, Australia
Tasmanian Devil named Irene has her paws sprayed with disinfectant by operations manager Drinkwater as...
A Tasmanian Devil named Irene has her paws sprayed with disinfectant by operations manager Mike Drinkwater as she is prepared for the first shipment of healthy and genetically diverse devils to the island state of Tasmania, from the Devil Ark recovery and breeding facility in Barrington Tops on Australia's mainland, November 17, 2015. The largest group so far of disease-free Tasmanian devils has been released in the wild, as part of plans to save the carnivorous marsupials from a cancer threatening them with extinction. Picture taken November 17. REUTERS/Jason Reed
AUSTRALIA-ENVIRONMENT/TASMANIANDEVILS
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November 19, 2015
A Tasmanian Devil named Irene has her paws sprayed with disinfectant by operations manager Mike Drinkwater...
BARRINGTON TOPS, Australia
Tasmanian Devil named Irene has her paws sprayed with disinfectant by operations manager Drinkwater as...
A Tasmanian Devil named Irene has her paws sprayed with disinfectant by operations manager Mike Drinkwater as she is prepared as part of a shipment of healthy and genetically diverse devils to the island state of Tasmania, from the Devil Ark sanctuary in Barrington Tops on Australia's mainland, November 17, 2015. The largest group so far of disease-free Tasmanian devils has been released in the wild, as part of plans to save the carnivorous marsupials from a cancer threatening them with extinction. Picture taken November 17. REUTERS/Jason Reed
AUSTRALIA-ENVIRONMENT/TASMANIANDEVILS
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November 19, 2015
Tasmanian Devils fight over a piece of kangaroo meat during feeding time at the Devil Ark sanctuary in...
BARRINGTON TOPS, Australia
Tasmanian Devils fight over a piece of kangaroo meat during feeding time at the Devil Ark sanctuary in...
Tasmanian Devils fight over a piece of kangaroo meat during feeding time at the Devil Ark sanctuary in Barrington Tops on Australia's mainland, November 17, 2015. The largest group so far of disease-free Tasmanian devils has been released in the wild, as part of plans to save the carnivorous marsupials from a cancer threatening them with extinction. Picture taken November 17. REUTERS/Jason Reed
AUSTRALIA-ENVIRONMENT/TASMANIANDEVILS
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November 19, 2015
Devil Ark operations manager Mike Drinkwater inspects Irene, a Tasmanian Devil, as she is prepared as...
BARRINGTON TOPS, Australia
Devil Ark operations manager Drinkwater inspects Irene, a Tasmanian Devil as she is prepared as part...
Devil Ark operations manager Mike Drinkwater inspects Irene, a Tasmanian Devil, as she is prepared as part of a shipment of healthy and genetically diverse devils to the island state of Tasmania, at the Devil Ark sanctuary in Barrington Tops on Australia's mainland, November 17, 2015. The largest group so far of disease-free Tasmanian devils has been released in the wild, as part of plans to save the carnivorous marsupials from a cancer threatening them with extinction. Picture taken November 17. REUTERS/Jason Reed
AUSTRALIA-ENVIRONMENT/TASMANIANDEVILS
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November 19, 2015
A Tasmanian Devil screeches in its enclosure before being shipped as part of a healthy and genetically...
BARRINGTON TOPS, Australia
A Tasmanian Devil screeches in its enclosure before being shipped as part of a healthy and genetically...
A Tasmanian Devil screeches in its enclosure before being shipped as part of a healthy and genetically diverse group to the island state of Tasmania, at the Devil Ark sanctuary in Barrington Tops on Australia's mainland, November 17, 2015. The largest group so far of disease-free Tasmanian devils has been released in the wild, as part of plans to save the carnivorous marsupials from a cancer threatening them with extinction. Picture taken November 17. REUTERS/Jason Reed
AUSTRALIA-DEVILS
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November 19, 2015
A Tasmanian Devil is inspected in its trap as its prepared for the first shipment of healthy and genetically...
BARRINGTON TOPS, Australia
A Tasmanian Devil is inspected in its trap as its prepared for the first shipment of healthy and genetically...
A Tasmanian Devil is inspected in its trap as its prepared for the first shipment of healthy and genetically diverse devils to the island state of Tasmania, at the Devil Ark sanctuary in Barrington Tops on Australia's mainland, November 17, 2015. The largest group so far of disease-free Tasmanian devils has been released in the wild, as part of plans to save the carnivorous marsupials from a cancer threatening them with extinction. Picture taken November 17. REUTERS/Jason Reed
AUSTRALIA-ENVIRONMENT/TASMANIANDEVILS
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November 19, 2015
Devil Ark manager Dean Reid reacts as Tasmanian Devil joeys climb on him before the first shipment of...
BARRINGTON TOPS, Australia
Devil Ark manager Dean Reid reacts as Tasmanian Devil joeys climb on him before the first shipment of...
Devil Ark manager Dean Reid reacts as Tasmanian Devil joeys climb on him before the first shipment of healthy and genetically diverse devils to the island state of Tasmania leave the Devil Ark sanctuary in Barrington Tops on Australia's mainland, November 17, 2015. The largest group so far of disease-free Tasmanian devils has been released in the wild, as part of plans to save the carnivorous marsupials from a cancer threatening them with extinction. Picture taken November 17. REUTERS/Jason Reed TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
AUSTRALIA/
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December 21, 2012
A Tasmanian Devil looks out at its new enclosure at Wild Life Zoo in central Sydney December 21, 2012....
Sydney, Australia
A Tasmanian Devil looks out at its new enclosure at Wild Life Zoo in central Sydney
A Tasmanian Devil looks out at its new enclosure at Wild Life Zoo in central Sydney December 21, 2012. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
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December 21, 2012
A Tasmanian Devil opens its mouth at its new enclosure at Wild Life Zoo in central Sydney December 21,...
Sydney, Australia
A Tasmanian Devil opens its mouth at its new enclosure at Wild Life Zoo in central Sydney
A Tasmanian Devil opens its mouth at its new enclosure at Wild Life Zoo in central Sydney December 21, 2012. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
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December 21, 2012
A Tasmanian Devil eats the head of a small chicken at its new enclosure at Wild Life Zoo in central Sydney...
Sydney, Australia
A Tasmanian Devil eats the head of a small chicken at its new enclosure at Wild Life Zoo in central Sydney...
A Tasmanian Devil eats the head of a small chicken at its new enclosure at Wild Life Zoo in central Sydney December 21, 2012. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
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September 07, 2012
A visitor pets a baby Tasmanian devil during a National Threatened Species Day event, held in central...
Sydney, Australia
A visitor pets a baby Tasmanian devil during a National Threatened Species Day event, held in central...
A visitor pets a baby Tasmanian devil during a National Threatened Species Day event, held in central Sydney September 7, 2012. The National Threatened Species Day is an event organised by the Zoo and Aquarium Association to educate local communities about the importance of threatened species and what people can do to help them, according to the organisers. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ANIMALS)
AUSTRALIA/
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December 21, 2011
A Tasmanian devil walks next to a Christmas treat left by zookeepeers inside its enclosure at Taronga...
Sydney, Australia
A Tasmanian devil walks next to a Christmas treat left by zookeepeers inside its enclosure at Taronga...
A Tasmanian devil walks next to a Christmas treat left by zookeepeers inside its enclosure at Taronga zoo in Sydney December 21, 2011. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ANIMALS RELIGION SOCIETY)
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June 30, 2010
A Tasmanian Devil stands on a rock in a new breeding centre at Sydney's Taronga Zoo June 30, 2010. The...
Sydney, Australia
A Tasmanian Devil stands on a rock in a new breeding centre at Sydney's Taronga Zoo
A Tasmanian Devil stands on a rock in a new breeding centre at Sydney's Taronga Zoo June 30, 2010. The zoo has developed the Tasmanian Devil breeding centre to assist preservation of the carnivorous marsupial from Devil Facial Tumour Disease which has decimated wild populations over the last decade. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
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June 30, 2010
A pair of Tasmanian Devils tussles for a piece of rabbit in a new breeding centre at Sydney's Taronga...
Sydney, Australia
A pair of Tasmanian Devils tussles for a piece of rabbit in a new breeding centre at Sydney's Taronga...
A pair of Tasmanian Devils tussles for a piece of rabbit in a new breeding centre at Sydney's Taronga Zoo June 30, 2010. The zoo has developed a the Tasmanian Devil breeding centre to assist preservation of the carnivorous marsupial from Devil Facial Tumour Disease which has decimated wild populations over the last decade. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
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June 30, 2010
A pair of Tasmanian Devils tussles for a piece of rabbit in a new breeding centre at Sydney's Taronga...
Sydney, Australia
A pair of Tasmanian Devils tussles for a piece of rabbit in a new breeding centre at Sydney's Taronga...
A pair of Tasmanian Devils tussles for a piece of rabbit in a new breeding centre at Sydney's Taronga Zoo June 30, 2010. The zoo has developed a the Tasmanian Devil breeding centre to assist preservation of the carnivorous marsupial from Devil Facial Tumour Disease which has decimated wild populations over the last decade. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
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June 30, 2010
A Tasmanian Devil tears pieces of rabbit in a new breeding centre at Sydney's Taronga Zoo June 30, 2010....
Sydney, Australia
A Tasmanian Devil tears pieces of rabbit in a new breeding centre at Sydney's Taronga Zoo
A Tasmanian Devil tears pieces of rabbit in a new breeding centre at Sydney's Taronga Zoo June 30, 2010. The zoo has developed the Tasmanian Devil breeding centre to assist preservation of the carnivorous marsupial from Devil Facial Tumour Disease which has decimated wild populations over the last decade. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
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June 30, 2010
A pair of Tasmanian Devils tussles for a piece of rabbit in a new breeding centre at Sydney's Taronga...
Sydney, Australia
A pair of Tasmanian Devils tussles for a piece of rabbit in a new breeding centre at Sydney's Taronga...
A pair of Tasmanian Devils tussles for a piece of rabbit in a new breeding centre at Sydney's Taronga Zoo June 30, 2010. The zoo has developed the Tasmanian Devil breeding centre to assist preservation of the carnivorous marsupial from Devil Facial Tumour Disease which has decimated wild populations over the last decade. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY ANIMALS)
AUSTRALIA/
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October 22, 2009
An unnamed male Tasmanian Devil cub receives a health check in his enclosure at Sydney's Taronga Zoo,...
Sydney, Australia
An unnamed male Tasmanian Devil cub receives a health check in his enclosure at Sydney's Taronga Zoo
An unnamed male Tasmanian Devil cub receives a health check in his enclosure at Sydney's Taronga Zoo, October 22, 2009. Four six months old Tasmanian Devil cubs are having health checks and paternity test to avoid their extinction from a rare transmission cancer called Devil Facial Tumour Disease. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
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October 22, 2009
An unnamed male Tasmanian Devil cub receives a health check from Senior Veterinarian Larry Vogelnest...
Sydney, Australia
An unnamed male Tasmanian Devil cub receives a health check from Senior Veterinarian Vogelnest and zookeeper...
An unnamed male Tasmanian Devil cub receives a health check from Senior Veterinarian Larry Vogelnest (R) and zookeeper Tony Britt-Lewis at Sydney's Taronga Zoo October 22, 2009. Four six months old Tasmanian Devil cubs are having health checks and paternity test to avoid their extinction from a rare transmission cancer called Devil Facial Tumour Disease. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
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October 22, 2009
An unnamed male Tasmanian Devil cub receives a health check in his enclosure at Sydney's Taronga Zoo...
Sydney, Australia
An unnamed male Tasmanian Devil cub receives a health check in his enclosure at Sydney's Taronga Zoo
An unnamed male Tasmanian Devil cub receives a health check in his enclosure at Sydney's Taronga Zoo October 22, 2009. Four six months old Tasmanian Devil cubs are having health checks and paternity test to avoid their extinction from a rare transmission cancer called Devil Facial Tumour Disease. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
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October 17, 2008
An adult male Tasmanian Devil named Tex stretches his jaws open in his enclosure at Sydney's Taronga...
Sydney, Australia
Tasmanian Devil named Tex stretches his jaws open in his enclosure at Sydney's Taronga Zoo
An adult male Tasmanian Devil named Tex stretches his jaws open in his enclosure at Sydney's Taronga Zoo October 17, 2008. Taronga Zoo announced a new fundraising campaign for the Tasmanian Devil breeding program on Friday, as authorities campaign to save the world's largest carnivorous marsupial from extinction from a rare transmission cancer called Devil Facial Tumour Disease. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA/
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October 17, 2008
An adult male Tasmanian Devil named Tex eats a rabbit carcass in his enclosure at Sydney's Taronga Zoo...
Sydney, Australia
Tasmanian Devil named Tex eats a rabbit carcass in his enclosure at Sydney's Taronga Zoo
An adult male Tasmanian Devil named Tex eats a rabbit carcass in his enclosure at Sydney's Taronga Zoo October 17, 2008. Taronga Zoo announced a new fundraising campaign for the Tasmanian Devil breeding program on Friday, as authorities campaign to save the world's largest carnivorous marsupial from extinction from a rare transmission cancer called Devil Facial Tumour Disease. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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October 17, 2008
An adult male Tasmanian Devil named Tex looks out from behind a log in his enclosure at Sydney's Taronga...
Sydney, Australia
Tasmanian Devil named Tex looks out from behind a log in his enclosure at Sydney's Taronga Zoo
An adult male Tasmanian Devil named Tex looks out from behind a log in his enclosure at Sydney's Taronga Zoo October 17, 2008. Taronga Zoo announced a new fundraising campaign for the Tasmanian Devil breeding program on Friday, as authorities campaign to save the world's largest carnivorous marsupial from extinction from a rare transmission cancer called Devil Facial Tumour Disease. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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October 17, 2008
An adult male Tasmanian Devil named Tex eats a rabbit carcass in his enclosure at Sydney's Taronga Zoo...
Sydney, Australia
Tasmanian Devil named Tex eats a rabbit carcass in his enclosure at Sydney's Taronga Zoo
An adult male Tasmanian Devil named Tex eats a rabbit carcass in his enclosure at Sydney's Taronga Zoo October 17, 2008. Taronga Zoo announced a new fundraising campaign for the Tasmanian Devil breeding program on Friday, as authorities campaign to save the world's largest carnivorous marsupial from extinction from a rare transmission cancer called Devil Facial Tumour Disease. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
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October 17, 2008
An adult male Tasmanian Devil named Tex stretches his jaws open in his enclosure at Sydney's Taronga...
Sydney, Australia
Tasmanian Devil named Tex stretches his jaws open in his enclosure at Sydney's Taronga Zoo
An adult male Tasmanian Devil named Tex stretches his jaws open in his enclosure at Sydney's Taronga Zoo October 17, 2008. Taronga Zoo announced a new fundraising campaign for the Tasmanian Devil breeding program on Friday, as authorities campaign to save the world's largest carnivorous marsupial from extinction from a rare transmission cancer called Devil Facial Tumour Disease. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
DENMARK
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April 10, 2006
Crown Prince Frederik (R) and Australian-born Crown Princess Mary (L) of Denmark look at a Tasmanian...
Kobenhavn, United Kingdom
Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark look at Tasmanian devil at Copenhagen Zoo
Crown Prince Frederik (R) and Australian-born Crown Princess Mary (L) of Denmark look at a Tasmanian devil at the Copenhagen Zoo April 10, 2006. The royal couple received four Tasmanian devils as gifts from the Tasmanian government to mark the birth of Frederik and Mary's son, Prince Christian, the future king of Denmark. REUTERS/Keld Navntoft/Scanpix
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