<p><br> Two young devils pose in Tasmanian Devil Conservation Park in Taranna, Tasmania. The facility, a refuge for the island's injured and orphaned wildlife, is involved in the international response to the outbreak of the deadly devil facial tumor disease.</p>

Two Tasmanian Devils


Two young devils pose in Tasmanian Devil Conservation Park in Taranna, Tasmania. The facility, a refuge for the island's injured and orphaned wildlife, is involved in the international response to the outbreak of the deadly devil facial tumor disease.

Photograph by Paul A. Souders/CORBIS

Tasmanian Devil

See pictures of Tasmanian devils in this photo gallery from National Geographic.

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