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An Iconic Devil WL172108

Humans hunted the Tasmanian devil almost to the brink of extinction until authorities protected the species in 1941. Although these animals were once known for their perceived ferocity, they mainly hunt insects, birds, and small to medium-sized mammals. Today, Tasmanian devils are internationally recognised as iconic Australian animals.
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Humans hunted the Tasmanian devil almost to the brink of extinction until authorities protected the species in 1941. Although these animals were once known for their perceived ferocity, they mainly hunt insects, birds, and small to medium-sized mammals. Today, Tasmanian devils are internationally recognised as iconic Australian animals.