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The Tasmanian devil is back after 3,000 years

By Abiodun Ogundairo
07 October 2020   |   3:07 pm
Eleven Tasmanian devils have been reintroduced to mainland Australia, more than 3,000 years after they died out there. The carnivorous marsupials have been released into a 400-hectare (988-acre) wildlife sanctuary north of Sydney, New South Wales, Australian NGO Aussie Ark said in a statement.

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