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Australian Fauna, Wildlife Parks and Zoos
Whilst we may have lost the Tasmanian Tiger, the Tasmania Devil is the other wonderful and unique creature now under threat from a devastating 'Devil Facial Tumour Disease'. Attempts are being made to quarantine populations and to breed them in isolated colonies in Tasmania and on the mainland. This hopefully will ensure that they are not wiped out if the worse happens to the wild population.

The Tasmanian Devil is mainly a scavenger and feeds on whatever is available, us to be seen often where there is dead carrion in Tasmania. It is during the feeding that Tassie devils are renown for their rowdy communal feeding at the carcasses, this noise and displays is their characteristic way of establishing dominance amongst the pack.

You can read more about it on the Save The Tasmanian Devil website.

If you planning a holidaying in Tasmania, a great place for those travelling with children is the Tasmanian Trowunna Wildlife Park in Mole Creek. This privately owned 65 acres of serene sanctuary is a wildlife park that has changed very little over the years, centrally set amongst varying environments, a crossroad for wildlife travelling between alpine, forested and coastal regions.

The primary philosophy of Trowunna Wildlife Park is wildlife conservation and education. It is a place that puts a smile on your face, as you see some of our native wildlife, in addition to the koalas, which they have been breeding for over 20 years as part of a disease free population. The park is also home to the world's largest heritage population of endangered Tasmanian Devils.

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