Tasmanian devils born on Australian mainland after 3,000 years – BBC News

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Tasmanian devils have been born on the Australian mainland for the first time in thousands of years.

Conservationists introduced the species back into a sanctuary north of Sydney in late 2020.

Now, around 3,000 years after the marsupials vanished from the mainland, the first joeys have been born in the wild.

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