Tasmanian Devils

Did you know Tasmanian Devils were an endangered species? They look so cute but they are actually vicious! They have sharp little teeth and an aggresive behavior, just like me! Tasmanian Devils only exist on the island of Tasmania which is just south of and belongs to Australia. It is also said to have a loud, disturbing, piercing scream, again… JUST LIKE ME! 🙂

Since the late 1990’s Tasmanian Devils have supposedly had Devil Facial Tumor Disease or D.F.T.D, a type of cancer. This is really depressing because it’s a cool, fascinating animal and it’s also Tasmania’s icon or mascot, and if it goes extinct Tasmania will have nothing to be recognized for! The disease is actually quite disturbing!

Poor Tasmanian Devils… if I lived in Australia I would devote part of my life to saving it because it’s a really cool animal! These Tasmanian Devils got this disease from one Tasmanian Devil that got infected by cancer somehow. This is the only cancer from beast or man that is contagious! It is contagious because when the Tasmanian Devils eat they get aggresive and bite each other. So when they bite each other the cancer passes on!

So we should take all the Tasmanian Devils that aren’t infected and take them to some place safe until there is no more cancer or until the new breeds of the devil are immune to the cancer!

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About masterxela

I am a 14 year old boy that is forced to do a blog. I don't like work. I'm supposed to be having fun. This is my childhood! Ohh... Parents stink. :P
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3 Responses to Tasmanian Devils

  1. shevelle says:

    NASTY!!!!!!!!!! who would ever think that these hidious things are so cute? i think they look like this enemy i have kiara. shes EWWWWWWW!!!!!!! THERE NOT CUTE THERE UGLY

  2. Dawn Fulk says:

    i think their cute i also did a project on them in the 6th grade in 1994 their a very unique animal

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