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Back down under: Tasmanian Devils return to Australia's mainland after 3,000 years

11 Tasmanian Devils have been released back into the wild. Image: REUTERS/Jason Reed

Cordelia Hsu

Writer, Reuters

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Tasmanian Devils are the world’s largest surviving marsupial carnivore. Image: REUTERS/Jason Reed

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