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Tasmania. It is home to a wild circus of Tasmanian devils, quolls, wombats and platypus, rare birds and a World Heritage Area that claims a whopping 20 per cent of the island.

Much of the wildlife including platypuses and quolls are not easily encountered on mainland Australia. But they can be found, in many cases without too much effort, in Tasmania. It shouldn’t be surprising then that stories about Tasmania’s wildlife are being featured on the website of one of the world’s great wildlife magazines.

BBC Discover Wildlife

You can read more about Tasmanian wildlife at BBC Wildlife Magazine’s website.

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