Conservation group leading release effort of Tasmanian devils
Tasmanian devils, the carnivorous marsupials whose feisty, frenzied eating habits won the animals cartoon fame, have returned to mainland Australia for the first time in some 3,000 years.
he's freaking can up. 2020 21 e will have a tag on the next couple of 10 20 homes. Fine today amongst the first time in 3000 years or there about that, the Tasmanian devil has roamed mainland forests. And as an apex predator, it's critically important, UH, intense captive devils that have Bean released to wild in Tasmania. A portion of them get hit by cars. They're not road savvy. They're too used to the confines of a captive environment. So it's said by having devils here. They're much wilder when they're younger born, they're born in the wild. They're raised with aerial predators and all the challenges. So the four side is that to release them back to Tasmania, they're far less likely to come to roads. Or at least that's what we're trying to test.