Endangered Tasmanian Devils Return To the Wild in Test of New Cancer Vaccine

Tasmanian devils have been close to extinction several times over the 10 years due to a rare kind of cancer first discovered in 1996. Now, researchers have increased their efforts to save the aggressive marsupials. After being treated with a new vaccine, 20 captive-bred Tasmanian devils were returned to the wild in hopes that their population and diversity will rebound.  Read more at: www.natureworldnews.com

GR:  There are cases where people do try to help animals.  Fingers crossed for the Devils.

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