Tasmanian devils born on Australian mainland after 3,000 years
27 May 2021 | 8:31 am
Australian conservationists have welcomed the birth of Tasmanian devils in a sanctuary for the first time on Australia's mainland in 3,000 years, a decade after efforts to reintroduce them began.
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