The Tasmanian Devil is a species of marsupial native to Tasmania and Australia and is listed as endangered.
Reasons for endangered status - Devil Facial Tumour Disease, hunting, climate change, predators, competition, human activity.
Conservation efforts - There are recovery and reintroduction programs in place.
Tasmanian Devil Facts -
Science Name: Sarcophilus harrisii
Size: 57 - 65 cm
Weight: 6 - 8 kg
Native Locations: Tasmania, Australia
Lifespan: 5 -7 years
Population: 10,000 (wild)
Conservation status: Endangered (EN)
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