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San Diego Zoo Helps Endangered Tasmanian Devilsi
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June 27, 2014 2:30 AM
The Tasmanian Devil, an animal native to the Australian state of Tasmania, has become endangered by a rare contagious cancer. Mike O'Sullivan reports that the San Diego Zoo is part of an international effort to save the species.

San Diego Zoo Helps Endangered Tasmanian Devils

Published June 26, 2014

The Tasmanian Devil, an animal native to the Australian state of Tasmania, has become endangered by a rare contagious cancer. Mike O'Sullivan reports that the San Diego Zoo is part of an international effort to save the species.


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