Contagious cancer could doom Tasmanian Devil

Studies estimate that up to have of the Tasmanian Devils in the wild have falled prey to a vicious, contagious cancer that destroys the animals' faces and makes it impossible for them to eat. Scientists fear that this could be the end of the species in the wild.

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