Taronga is part of a breeding program to make sure endangered Tasmanian Devils remain on this planet.
In this week’s episode of Wild Life at the Zoo, female Tasmanian Devil ‘Nina’ has mated with two feisty males, so who sired the precious Tasmanian Devil joeys?
Keepers also prepare for the birth of one of the rarest mammals in the world and see the moment an Andean Condor breaks its way out of its egg.
By working in partnerships, zoos and other conservation agencies can achieve real results in the wild.
The Tasmanian Devil is the world’s largest carnivorous marsupial, and scavenges for carrion where available. Unique to Tasmania, its populations have been severely reduced by Devil Facial Tumour Disease.