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Daphne (photos 1 & 2) and Molloy (3 & 4)were more than happy to "smile" for the camera.
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Was this at a zoo or some sort of rescue sanctuary?

And I can't help but wonder what would result if an evil scientist crossed a taz devil with a wolverine?
 
Was this at a zoo or some sort of rescue sanctuary?

And I can't help but wonder what would result if an evil scientist crossed a taz devil with a wolverine?

This pair are a part of the breeding program but are surplus to requirements at this time so they have been loaned to a private sanctuary where I do some volunteer work. We are responsible for their upkeep and welfare whilst they are in our charge. Delightful little creatures but there is no such thing as a 'tame' adult Devil..
 
Was this at a zoo or some sort of rescue sanctuary?

And I can't help but wonder what would result if an evil scientist crossed a taz devil with a wolverine?

This pair are a part of the breeding program but are surplus to requirements at this time so they have been loaned to a private sanctuary where I do some volunteer work. We are responsible for their upkeep and welfare whilst they are in our charge. Delightful little creatures but there is no such thing as a 'tame' adult Devil..

Nice to hear that you are doing good work. Kudos to you for volunteering.
Zoos often get a bad rap (sometimes deservedly so) but many often forget the importance of captive breeding programs to the survival of many species. Why we need the captive breeding programs is a different argument.
 
They look like they would me pretty good diggers with those claws.
 
Some gob on that like.
 

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