And we know the name too!
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On mainland Australia, Devil Ark is the largest conservation breeding program for the Tasmanian Devil.
We just learned something new about the tasmanian devil… they're SUPER cute as babies!
Just look at the pic (above) of a little Tasmanian Devil joey drinking from a bottle!!
Every little Devil is a gift because there's a highly contagious disease called Devil facial tumor disease (DFTD).
DFTD could lead to the extinction of of the Tasmanian Devil in the next 20 years!
So these little guys are just that much more precious!
There are over 120 Devils at the Ark and they hope to have 360 by 2016!
Good luck with the breeding! Let's keep these cuties around for future generations to "AWW" at!
[Image via Devil Ark.]
Three little gurlies are making their debut at Brisbane's Alma Park Zoo, and these little devils are too FAB!
The Tasmanian devil sisters are slowly poking out of their den with their mama, Lilith.
The little imps are special because
There's nothing devilish about these babes!!!
Or they might just be devilishly cute!
Sydney's Taronga Zoo welcomes three Tasmanian devil joeys into the mix and now it's time to determine their genders.
Out of the triplets, one is female and she'll be pivotal to the breeding efforts for the endangered species in the future.
But boys will be boys and one of them is EXTRA feisty!!!
That's okay…we'll STILL cuddle them forever and eva!!!