According to the Aussie Arc, the devilish Tasmanian Joys were born in the wild for the first time in Australian territory for over 3,000 years. Environmentalists say this is a historic moment in an attempt to reintroduce marsupials to the continent.
Tasmanian demons (Sarcophilus harisi) The world’s largest meat breasts and have already been discovered on the Australian continent. But the introduction of aggressive dingos (Canis lupus dingo) Quickly destroyed the Tasmanian demons there by the first human settlers, 45 seconds.fr previously announced. As a result, Tasmanian demons now belong to the island of Tasmania off the southern coast of the landscape. However, even there, the species is now endangered by the rapid spread of Devil’s Facial Tumor (TFDT), which has killed 90% of the population since 1990, according to 45Seconds.fr.
To save the species from extinction, the conservation organization Aussie Ark, in collaboration with Wild and Wildarc, launched a revival program in 2011 to reintroduce Tasmanian demons to mainland Australia. That year, they transferred 44 Tasmanian demons to a captive breeding ground in Australia’s Devil Arc, where more than 390 Joys were born under human supervision. According to Aussie Arc.
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Last year, the Devil Arc group released 26 captive women, including seven captive women, into a 1,000-acre (400-hectare) sanctuary, turning them into the first wild Tasmanian demons. 45 seconds since they were destroyed in Australia. fr previously announced. Today, at least seven joys are born among wild demons, with the actual number likely to be close to 20, Aussie Ark said.
“We have worked tirelessly for almost 10 years to bring the demons back to the mainland of Australia, in the hope that they will establish a stable population,” said Aussie Ark President Tim Faulkner. Said in a press release. “When they get back into the woods, it’s up to them to decide.”
Tasmanian demons reproduce in the same way Kangaroos: The offspring are born prematurely and then continue to develop in the mother’s pocket. After three weeks, females give birth to 20 to 30 babies Pregnancy. These hairless, peanut-sized babies, much less developed than the embryos, then crawl onto the mother’s hair, towards her bag, where they attach to the mother’s callers and continue to move around. For three more months, enough to go before growing. Small bag. However, there are only four pacifiers in the mother’s bag, so a maximum of four joys survive, 45Seconds.fr reported.
Because Tasmanian demons breed, it is not possible for conservationists to determine by observation whether breeding in the wild was successful. Therefore, Aussie Ark says that the Rangers had to look for the released female demons in their pockets in order to raise Joyce.
The reintroduction of Tasmanian demons to the mainland of Australia will not only protect the creatures from TFDT, but will also benefit the rest of the ecosystem.
Tasmanian demons are predators, but prefer to feed on other predators and carriages left by road accidents. They have an excellent scent to detect these remnants and powerful jaws that allow the bones to be swallowed. Aussie Ark says gardeners like Tasmanian demons are important because they help keep ecosystems clean and free of diseases that grow in rotting corpses. Demons can control small parasites such as rats, wild cats and foxes selon CNN.
Under the protection of the haunted sanctuary the savage people will continue to thrive, which protects them CarsAccording to Aussie Arc, which plans to reintroduce 20 more captive monsters into the sanctuary in 2021 and 2022, wild insects, harmful weeds and wildfires.
“It is noteworthy that adults embraced it so quickly, and the re-introduction of Tasmanian ghosts is one of the most definite signs of action,” Re: Wild leader Dan Church said in the statement. “It’s not good for these endangered species, but for many endangered species we can save Australia by moaning.”
Aussie Arc plans to reintroduce six ‘basic species’ into the Australian ecosystem in the future: the eastern leg, the brush-tailed rock walrus, the red beetle, the long-nosed pterosaur, the pharma walrus and the southern brown pantyhose.
First published on 45Seconds.fr.
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