The uphill battle to save the Tasmanian Devil | ABC News

Scientists are doing all they can to save the Tasmanian Devil, but there is a lot up against them.

Not only to they estimate that 80 per cent of the wild population has been killed by a contagious facial cancer, they’re also worried about juvenile Devils leaving their mother’s dens, putting them at risk of becoming road kill.

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