The Tasmanian Devil is a small, carnivorous marsupial local to Tasmania, Australia. Despite their size, devils make ferocious noises at night and have strong jaws to chew through the bones of the animals they eat. Predominantly black in colour, most Tasmanian Devils have splashes of white fur across their chest or rear.

Tasmanian Devil Pictures: Tassie devils cuddle

Tasmanian devil pictures by Dan Fellow

Tasmanian Devil Pictures

photos by Dan Fellow

As you can see by this selection of Tasmanian devil pictures, the devil has many faces. Sometimes the little creatures look adorable and placid, just like a pet cat.

But if you tried to pick one up for a closer inspection, they might not seem so lovely anymore!

Tasmanian Devil Pictures: sunbaking

Tasmanian devil pictures by Dan Fellow

Tasmanian Devil Pictures: devils playing in Tasmania

Tasmanian devil pictures by Dan Fellow

Tasmania Devil Pictures: climbing a tree

Tasmanian devil pictures by Dan Fellow

Tasmanian Devil Pictures: smells lunch

Tasmanian devil pictures by Dan Fellow

Tasmanian Devil Pictures: mean look

Tasmanian devil pictures by Dan Fellow

Tasmanian Devil Pictures: wildlife in Tasmania

Tasmanian devil pictures by Dan Fellow

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