Over the years I have spent much time with Tasmanian Devils nipping at my toes while photographing them. I’m attaching some of my best images for you. Note… one of my camera filters still has a tooth scratch in it, a testament to the aggressive behavior of Tasmanian Devils!
by Dan Fellow
Our single greatest icon as you know is in trouble. We don’t hear a great deal about this any more. DFTD (Devil Facial Tumor Disease) is still a very big problem. Not only is more research needed, but protection of the last habitats for healthy devils in the wild are under threat.
We need to continue to raise the awareness worldwide for saving and protecting the wonderful species only found here in Tasmania.
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