I Cry


Endangered Tazzie Devil

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Dimensions 28 × 36 cm

A cry for help

The eerie call of the Tasmanian devil is a sound you will never forget! However, the famous gape or yawn of the Tasmanian devil that looks so threatening can be misleading. This display is performed more from fear and uncertainty than from aggression. Although they do have an impressive and frighting screech!

Aboriginal people also had several names for them, one of which is “purinina”. Traditionally their numbers were controlled by food availability, competition with other devils and quolls, loss of habitat, persecution and vehicle strike. But the greatest recent threat to devils across Tasmania is the Devil Facial Tumour Disease

Comes with MOUNT BOARD 36cm x 28cm

Parks and Wildlife Service

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