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Hobart, Tasmania

Tasmanian Devil, Sarcophilus harrisii, at Tasmanian Devil Conservation Park, Taranna, Tasmania by Wayne McLean ( jgritz) via Wikimedia Commons (cc-by-sa)

Tasmania in Spring - Eirian Chapman #map

Client: Paul Green (AU) 2012 Design and illustration for the iPad app The Garden Planner. Built by Bliss Media and conceived by Paul Green, the app lets you plan what to plant in your garden, when to harvest, vegie/fruit information and.

Bonorong wildlife sanctuary, Tasmania - a must visit that's enjoyable for the whole family

Bonorong wildlife sanctuary, Tasmania - a must visit that's enjoyable for the whole family

Rarely seen in the wild we went to a Tasmanian devil rescue center where they had a number in open pens where they could be cared for and kept from hopefully catching a facial cancer which is destroying the population. #Tasmania

Rarely seen in the wild, at a Tasmanian devil rescue center where they had a number in open pens where they could be cared for and kept from hopefully catching a facial cancer which is destroying the population.

Big Penguin, Tasmania Do you think the kids will get a kick out of this? #AustraliaItsBig

TAS - Penguin - Big Penguin - Penguin, on the North West Coast, a peaceful seaside town offering much to the visitor and tourist

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"A Koala Visitor!" On a Friend's Country Lane in Stirling, South Australia. >> I would like to see one of these walking on my driveway!

Numbers of the Tasmanian Devil have been reduced by 80% since 1996. Because of limited genetic diversity on the island, they have developed a type of cancer that is rapidly leading the species towards extinction. (Jurgen & Christine Sohns / FLPA / Minden Pictures)

The Tasmanian devil (Sarcophilus harrisii) is a carnivorous marsupial, now found…

Photo Red Fox. There are more than 10 million feral foxes in Australia, but scientists are still debating whether or not foxes have become established in Tasmania. Fewer than 10 have ever been shown to be alive on the island state.

Irish red foxes killed yearly in Ireland, let's give them protection they deserve

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