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What the Hell?
Paste-Up Tasmanian Devil
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https://plus.google.com/110821441244581629931 The Darkness : Ok rey let me do this Name:The Lickers Title:celona's favorite pets Age:unknown Gender:also unknown ...
Ok rey let me do this
Name:The Lickers
Title:celona's favorite pets
Age:unknown
Gender:also unknown
Personality:if y'all know resident evil with these things in it....yeah...
Friendliness:only towards celona and who she ever wants them to ahem respect
Spieces:
Species status:
Mask:
Type:id say a zombie Tasmanian Devil alien
Strength:10/10
Magic:0/10
Defense:9/10
Speed:10/10
Weapons:their sharp teeth,tongue mouth,long sharp claws on both hands and feet, and that's about it
Element:
Secondary Element:
Homeland:well for me its hell i mean don't they belong there im mean just look at em
Group clan:
Group clan status:
Alignment:i don't need to awswer this for y'all that know resident eveil
Special power:
Weakness:
Bio:i don't know its origin but ifn i do i will put it here.....if it even has one
Status:alive
And it just feels SO right with these things as celona's pets
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https://plus.google.com/103583488174923385613 richard borbor : On this day: At 7th September of 1991, the first episode of "Taz-Mania" aired on FOX Kids. The show ...
On this day:
At 7th September of 1991, the first episode of "Taz-Mania" aired on FOX Kids. The show follows the adventures of the classic Looney Tunes character, Taz (The Tasmanian Devil) in the fictional land of Tazmania (based on Tasmania). Similar to other Warner Brothers cartoons of its time, such as "Animaniacs" and "Tiny Toon Adventures", "Taz-Mania" frequently broke the fourth wall, and often made jokes showing that Taz could actually speak perfectly normally when he wanted to. The intro indicates that, in this rendering of Tasmania, "the sky's always yellow, rain or shine". The title song is performed by Jess Harnell and Jim Cummings.

The Tasmanian Devil (A.K.A. Taz), a character who appeared in several Looney Tunes cartoons in the 50's and 60's, has his own show here. He still spins around in a whirlwind, sometimes through trees and rocks and drilling holes in the ground, and still makes sounds, rarely speaking in complete sentences (though he occasionally shows that he can talk normally). He also still loves to eat, and is capable of consuming mass quantities in one gulp!

However, unlike the earlier cartoons, he is a teenager in a family of five here. His parents are Jean and Hugh, both loving, caring, laid back parents, but they're also misguided and absurdly tolerant of Taz's behaviour, and virtually nothing makes them angry! Taz is the eldest of three siblings. The middle sibling is Molly, who is often seen talking on the phone with friends, and her favourite band is New Chips off the Block (obviously based on boy band New Kids on the Block). The majority of the conflict in the family is between Molly and Taz.

The youngest is a playful young boy named Jake. These family members are all more advanced than Taz, and always talk normally. The family has a pet turtle that acts like a dog, and Uncle Drew, who appears in three episodes, the "Road to Taz-Mania" trilogy. He has a rather unsteady relationship with Hugh, his brother, as they like to insult each other.

Taz's family members don't appear in every episode, as there are many other recurring characters. In his early cartoons, Taz was known mainly as a vicious but dimwitted predator of Bugs Bunny, and is sometimes the predator in episodes of this show as well, such as the ones with Kiwi, who never makes a sound but is extremely clever!

On the other hand, there are also episodes in which Taz is the prey, when Bull Gator and his idiot sidekick, Axel, try to capture him for the "zoo-going children" to see, or when Francis X. Bushlad tries capture him so he can earn his manhood in his tribe!

Other characters include: Bushwacker Bob, Taz's arrogant, selfish, lazy, short-tempered boss at the hotel where he works; Mum, Bob's mother, who runs the hotel with him; Digeri Dingo, a selfish, lazy, scheming dingo dog who loves to use Taz; Wendel T. Wolf, a Tasmanian wolf who believes he is the last of his species; the Platypus brothers, Timothy and Daniel, pseudo-handymen who think they are scientific geniuses.

Constance Koala, a huge, strong koala bear who likes to dance and sing, and works at the hotel with Taz; Mister Thickley, another co-worker at the hotel, a wallaby who tries to be the most beloved character; Buddy Boar, Taz's deal making pal; the Bushrats, a tribe of rats who talk with subtitles; and Willie Wombat, who appears in several later episodes, a friendly wombat who struggles to try and get a better role in the show. Whichever character(s) Taz is with in the land of Tazmania, it's bound to lead to slapstick chaos!

Basically, all the characters contribute something to the show, though obviously some more than others. For the most part, "Taz-Mania" is consistently funny, with physical humour, satire, the antics of Taz and sometimes other characters, the main character's adventures, etc. The show also has a talented voice-over cast.

This early 90's cartoon series was a success during its run, but unfortunately, it doesn't exactly seem like it ever was successful now. The show sadly doesn't seem to be nearly as widely remembered as "Tiny Toon Adventures" and "Animaniacs", two other Warner Bros. cartoons from the same decade.

All episodes are fast-paced and entertaining, blending usually inventinve slapstick, parody and satire with slick, intelligent dialogue (except for the always brief-spoken Taz), sometimes going full out into sheer"wackyness" but there's always a plot behind it. In fact a lot of it is deeper and more meaningful than it might seem at first!

On May 14, 2013 Warner Home Video released Taz Mania - Season 1, Part 1: Taz on the Loose (actually the entire season) on DVD in Region 1 for the very first time. Season 1, Part 2 was released on August 6, 2013 (actually containing the season 2 episodes).

The writers managed to keep the show open-ended and unpredictable, and it could probably have gone on much longer than it did. There was a few sharkjumping moments (the eating contest, the third "Road to Taz-Mania" episode and Wendal trying to be like Taz) but the rest is worth seeing for yourself. And beware! There's a bit of Taz in all of us...

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https://plus.google.com/103583488174923385613 richard borbor : On this day: At 14th September of 1990, the first episode of "Tiny Toon Adventures" aired on CBS. "Tiny...
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At 14th September of 1990, the first episode of "Tiny Toon Adventures" aired on CBS. "Tiny Toon Adventures" (also known as "Tiny Toons") is an American animated comedy television series that was broadcasting from September 14, 1990 through October 31, 1994 as the first collaborative effort of Steven Spielberg's Amblin Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation after being conceived in the late 1980s by Tom Ruegger. The show follows the adventures of a group of young cartoon characters who attend Acme Looniversity to become the next generation of characters from the Looney Tunes series. The sequel of the show is "Animaniacs."

The 90's was a great time for animation. Tiny Toon Adventures was a trendsetter. More than just another addition to the cartoons about younger versions of classic characters. It wasn't just Baby Looney Tunes... before they actually made a Baby Looney Tunes. It had its own original characters, ideas, and humor that really blended in well in that late 80's/early 90's pop culture. It was a massive success that led to many other great cartoons like the far greater successor in Animaniacs.

This was the first modern cartoon that had lots of both pop culture-referential and self-referential humor. This was way ahead of its time. Tiny Toons really opened up a door for writers to take comic liberties that are so common in the cartoons today, it was a breath of fresh air. Bakshi's New Adventures of Mighty Mouse may have been a precursor, but Tiny Toons made this surreal style of comedy cartoon writing a real success.

In concept, the cartoon is partly an homage to the classic Looney Tunes but also its own original show. The comedy was surreal and wacky. You can say this exactly for Tiny Toons as well. The comedy styling is 'spiritually' the same. Most definitely a throwback to the classics which hadn't been done well (if at all) in cartoons in the decades prior to this show.

The premise: the Looney Tunes (Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd, Porky Pig, etc) are now professors of ACME University in a beautiful, grassy cartoon land called Acme Acres. The Tiny Toons are the students of the university. The lead characters were Buster and Babs Bunny (No relation!), Plucky Duck and Hampton J. Pig. The cartoons followed their adventures as a group and as individuals. Sometimes, the episodes had no formal plot and worked effectively like cartoon versions of Saturday Night Live sketch comedy, including parodies of MTV and other early 90's inside jokes/spoofs.

Buster Bunny (Charles Adler) and Babs Bunny (Tress McNeill) were adventurous, witty, and heroic, always managing to extract justice, usually when their rival college tried to humiliate them. Buster was practical, resourceful and controlled but Babs had a strong desire to attract attention and wanted to be a star. She was sort of like Lucille Ball. She was very animated in more ways than one.

Their evil counterparts were Roderick and Rubella Rat. Plucky Duck was a selfish, greedy, scheming individual and Hampton was a sweet, clean and shy pig. Shirley the Loon was a Buddhist, hippie, New Age chick with a Valley Girl accent. Fifi Lefume was the female version of Pepe LePew the amorous French skunk. I can't describe how entertaining this show was.

Another hilarious figure was Elmyra, a sort of female Elmer Fudd girl. She was mentally retarded and abused pets without knowing it! Another one was Montana Max, a rich, spoiled young kid who was a nasty piece of work. Dizzy was the purple version of the Tasmanian Devil. Furball was the silent Sylvester and Sweety was the pink Tweetie bird. There was also the pint sized versions of Wile Coyote and the Road Runner. And then there was Godo Dodo, an odd thing-a-ma-gig creature who had no clearly designated species except that he was from "Wacky Land" or something like that.

Since its debut, numerous video games based on Tiny Toons have been released. Toys for the series included plush dolls and plastic figures, primarily made by Playskool. A feature-length movie was released direct-to-video in 1992, entitled "Tiny Toon Adventures: How I Spent My Vacation". This was later re-edited and aired as part of the series. In 1992, The Plucky Duck Show was produced as a spin-off for Fox Kids, based on the character Plucky Duck. Except for the premiere episode The Return of Batduck, the show was composed of recycled Plucky-centric episodes from the series.

In 1998, a spin-off entitled Pinky, Elmyra & the Brain debuted on Kids' WB. This series featured the Elmyra character as well as Pinky and the Brain, two characters who were originally on Animaniacs before receiving their own series, also entitled Pinky and the Brain. Pinky, Elmyra & the Brain picks up after Pinky leaves off where Pinky and the Brain become Elmyra's pets after Brain accidentally destroys their original home, ACME Labs, during an experiment. Pinky, Elmyra & the Brain lasted for thirteen episodes.

In 2003 an updated version of Tiny Toons was in development at Warner Bros. and it was extremely close to getting a green light for production. Cartoon Network asked for a teenage version of Tiny Toons, similar to the likes of That 70's Show or The Archies. However, it was later turned down by Cartoon Network executives, who instead wanted a show with the classic Looney Tunes characters (which resulted in a Duck Dodgers movie, which later became a TV series).

This still remains as one of the highest rated daytime cartoon shows, and one of the most honored, winning several Emmy Awards. Those who grew up watching it still love it, and the new generation may enjoy it too.

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Donald Trump blames debate 'sniffles' on bad microphone and political theater but Donald Trump failed to land a significant blow. EU and Japan don't want Tasmanian Devil republican war monger Donald Trump and South Korea (=China Beijing/Hong Kong/Pyongyang/ Singapore /Taiwan - shadow banking supporting Chinese and their master of NWO a pack of Hyenas ). We don't need the biggest swindlers and liars Trump republicans and South Korea/China/North Korea/Hong Kong/Singapore/Taiwan the Chinese Hyenas markets. We need to sever them off from our alliance. EU and Japan move their market alliance to Mexico and Cuba.
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https://plus.google.com/107355583190937507403 Gacsó Viktória : This startup is saving nature by getting you to do crazy challenges With Australia having the worst...

This startup is saving nature by getting you to do crazy challenges


With Australia having the worst mammal extinction rate in the world, a local startup has found a creative way to save the environment – by getting people to eat a raw onion, quit coffee, or enter a poetry slam.
Edge Pledge is a new challenge-based online app that raises money for endangered wildlife by getting people to go outside their comfort zone.

Participants can sign up and pick three challenges, which will be voted upon through pledges by family and friends. The most popular (oft times the funniest) dare will be documented and published for everyone to see.

- https://youtu.be/0PVFOagLH24

The money raised will go to saving threatened species like the Flatback Sea Turtle, Tasmanian Devil, the Bilby, Gilbert’s Potoroo, and the corals on the Great Barrier Reef.

We recently spoke to environmental scientist and Edge Pledge founderSam Marwood to know more about this amazing initiative.

What was the inspiration for Edge Pledge?

“We wanted to find a new source of funds for the environment.

“After spending 12 years in environment policy and management for government, I saw that the issue with environmental management wasn’t about deciding what needed to happen, but not having enough money to get the job done.

“The environment sector is heavily reliant on government funding and we wanted to create a bigger bucket.

“We also didn’t want to duplicate what all the great environmental organisations are doing out there – i.e. on-ground work. We wanted to create something that made it fun for the public to get involved in helping the wildlife and raise funds. So our focus is solely on attracting people to do challenges.”

What made you decide to pursue this start-up?

“It was after speaking about the concepts behind Edge Pledge to a couple of hundred people that I finally decided to quit my job and take it on full time. I knew the concepts were resonating and that gave me confidence to take it on full time. If I was going to ask people to jump on board, I had to show that I was ‘all in’, and I couldn’t demonstrate that if I was still working full time in another job. I was lucky enough to have a supportive family who could allow me to take on this dramatic change.”

You just launched this year, but you’ve already received a lot of pledges. How has the money raised gone on to help save the environment?

“We have 70 people taking on pledges and the number is growing every day. It is encouraging to see that people love the concepts of friends voting for their challenge. It is unique and people enjoy the interaction with friends.

“Funds raised go to 16 wildlife on the brink of extinction. We handpicked 10 environmental organisations who already do great work to protect our environment. They are the ones who will deliver the work for the wildlife with the funds raised.

“From building homes for the Squirrel Glider (possums) (nest boxes built by the Mens Shed), to breeding Eastern Quolls (meat-eating marsupials) in fox and feral cat-proof habitats, to monitoring Grey Nurse Shark so we can finally find out where they go so we can protect them.”

What’s the most inspiring project you’ve gotten so far?

“The Gilbert’s Potoroo project is impressive. They are good friends of the selfie-loving Quokka, who are all over social media. However, the Potoroo, which is a small marsupial, isn’t as tough and recent bushfires have devastated their habitat and there are only 60 left. They have some great supporters who are helping to find them homes, but the next year could really determine whether these beautiful animals go extinct forever.”

Also, what’s the funniest challenge you’ve gotten?

“Someone has three challenges all based around being handcuffed to their good friend; for 24 hours, out fishing on a boat, to the zoo. Apparently, this friend is hyperactive and will be a big challenge!

“We love the creativity of challenges coming in; wearing underpants on the outside, eating insects, writing rap songs about extinction. People are taking hold of the concepts and running with them.”

Where did the ideas come from?

“The two main concepts of Edge Pledge are our challenge generator and voting.

“The challenge generator came about because no one in the team had really completed a challenge for a charity before. We had never felt comfortable that the challenges were suited to us. So we thought, what if there was a fun gadget that helped find your perfect challenge? So we researched, no-one else had done it before, so we did.

“Voting. We were also talking about friends who have asked us to donate to a challenge they were doing. Sometimes this was fun and we liked their challenge, but a lot of the time the challenges didn’t seem exciting or actually weren’t a challenge for them. But we always knew what would be a challenge and would have preferred to money towards that alternative. So again we researched to see if anyone else had a voting function for pledging money and no-one had, so we created it.”

What’s your vision for Edge Pledge? Where do you see the company a few years from now?

“We want to create a worldwide social movement that connects people to each other and the environment. We want to be the main fundraising platform for environmental organisations across the world. We want to be experts at finding the perfect challenge and adventure for anyone – so that then they can raise funds for the environment.”

Why should people get involved?

“Because everyone wants to be involved in something that could become big, right at the start.

“We know we have concepts that haven’t been done before and even after four weeks of being live, people are latching onto the concepts and really enjoying deciding on their three perfect challenges and seeing what their friends vote for.

“We are confident we have something here and our issue now is spreading the word so that we can help thousands of people to have fun and do good at the same time.”

You can help support the environment by challenging yourself at Edge Pledge: https://www.edgepledge.com

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5 Taz toons.
CARTOON COMPLETIST - Taz (The Tasmanian Devil)
That itch to get the complete set of things - including cartoons. There were 5 Tassie Devil toons, 4 against Bugs Bunny and 1 against Daffy Duck from 1954 to 1964. Devil May Hare (1954) First ...
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https://plus.google.com/118409092293554813793 Sandy Broderick : On this day: At 22nd May of 1995, the final episode of "Taz-Mania" aired on FOX Kids. "Taz-Mania" is...
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At 22nd May of 1995, the final episode of "Taz-Mania" aired on FOX Kids. "Taz-Mania" is an American cartoon sitcom produced by Warner Bros. Animation from 1991 to 1995. The show follows the adventures of the classic Looney Tunes character, Taz (The Tasmanian Devil) in the fictional land of Tazmania (based on Tasmania). Similar to other Warner Brothers cartoons of its time, such as "Animaniacs" and "Tiny Toon Adventures", "Taz-Mania" frequently broke the fourth wall, and often made jokes showing that Taz could actually speak perfectly normally when he wanted to. The intro indicates that, in this rendering of Tasmania, "the sky's always yellow, rain or shine". The title song is performed by Jess Harnell and Jim Cummings.

The Tasmanian Devil (A.K.A. Taz), a character who appeared in several Looney Tunes cartoons in the 50's and 60's, has his own show here. He still spins around in a whirlwind, sometimes through trees and rocks and drilling holes in the ground, and still makes sounds, rarely speaking in complete sentences (though he occasionally shows that he can talk normally). He also still loves to eat, and is capable of consuming mass quantities in one gulp!

However, unlike the earlier cartoons, he is a teenager in a family of five here. His parents are Jean and Hugh, both loving, caring, laid back parents, but they're also misguided and absurdly tolerant of Taz's behaviour, and virtually nothing makes them angry! Taz is the eldest of three siblings. The middle sibling is Molly, who is often seen talking on the phone with friends, and her favourite band is New Chips off the Block (obviously based on boy band New Kids on the Block). The majority of the conflict in the family is between Molly and Taz.

The youngest is a playful young boy named Jake. These family members are all more advanced than Taz, and always talk normally. The family has a pet turtle that acts like a dog, and Uncle Drew, who appears in three episodes, the "Road to Taz-Mania" trilogy. He has a rather unsteady relationship with Hugh, his brother, as they like to insult each other.

Taz's family members don't appear in every episode, as there are many other recurring characters. In his early cartoons, Taz was known mainly as a vicious but dimwitted predator of Bugs Bunny, and is sometimes the predator in episodes of this show as well, such as the ones with Kiwi, who never makes a sound but is extremely clever! On the other hand, there are also episodes in which Taz is the prey, when Bull Gator and his idiot sidekick, Axel, try to capture him for the "zoo-going children" to see, or when Francis X. Bushlad tries capture him so he can earn his manhood in his tribe!

Other characters include: Bushwacker Bob, Taz's arrogant, selfish, lazy, short-tempered boss at the hotel where he works; Mum, Bob's mother, who runs the hotel with him; Digeri Dingo, a selfish, lazy, scheming dingo dog who loves to use Taz; Wendel T. Wolf, a Tasmanian wolf who believes he is the last of his species; the Platypus brothers, Timothy and Daniel, pseudo-handymen who think they are scientific geniuses; Constance Koala, a huge, strong koala bear who likes to dance and sing, and works at the hotel with Taz.

Mister Thickley, another co-worker at the hotel, a wallaby who tries to be the most beloved character; Buddy Boar, Taz's deal making pal; the Bushrats, a tribe of rats who talk with subtitles; and Willie Wombat, who appears in several later episodes, a friendly wombat who struggles to try and get a better role in the show. Whichever character(s) Taz is with in the land of Tazmania, it's bound to lead to slapstick chaos!

Basically, all the characters contribute something to the show, though obviously some more than others. For the most part, "Taz-Mania" is consistently funny, with physical humour, satire, the antics of Taz and sometimes other characters, the main character's adventures, etc. The show also has a talented voice-over cast.

This early 90's cartoon series was a success during its run, but unfortunately, it doesn't exactly seem like it ever was successful now. The show sadly doesn't seem to be nearly as widely remembered as "Tiny Toon Adventures" and "Animaniacs", two other Warner Bros. cartoons from the same decade. All episodes are fast-paced and entertaining, blending usually inventinve slapstick, parody and satire with slick, intelligent dialogue (except for the always brief-spoken Taz), sometimes going full out into sheer"wackyness" but there's always a plot behind it. In fact a lot of it is deeper and more meaningful than it might seem at first!

The writers managed to keep the show open-ended and unpredictable, and it could probably have gone on much longer than it did. There was a few sharkjumping moments (the eating contest, the third "Road to Taz-Mania" episode and Wendal trying to be like Taz) but the rest is worth seeing for yourself. And beware! There's a bit of Taz in all of us...

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#Cartoons #Onthisday #Cartoon
#VintageCartoons #90sCartoons
#Animation #AnimatedSeries
#TV #TVSeries #Comedy #Sitcom
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Tasmanian devil. 
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ACME Pocket Watch - Tasmanian Devil By Armitron
This is a great Acme pocket watch for those men who prefer to use them instead of wrist watches. It is great reminder of simpler times that have passed. This pocket watch has an embossed figure on the lid of the watch of the famous cartoon character the tasmanian devil and the back embossed words Acme Pocket Watches. The inside dial of the watch also has an illustration of the tasmanian devil in color with his railroad hat on and and train in t...
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https://plus.google.com/118017143435461264208 𝒫𝒶𝑜𝓁𝑜 𝐸𝓃𝓏𝑜 𝑅𝒶𝓅𝒽𝒶𝑒𝓁 𝒢𝒾𝑜𝓋𝒶𝓃𝓃𝒾 : Evolution at work! Tasmanian devils are rapidly evolving resistance to a contagious cancer The ferocious...
Evolution at work!

Tasmanian devils are rapidly evolving resistance to a contagious cancer

The ferocious Tasmanian devil is being done in by cancer: In just 20 years, the endangered animal has lost 80% of its population to a contagious version called devil facial tumor disease (DFTD). The animal’s highly social yet fierce temperament—not unlike its cartoon counterpart—has helped the disease spread. But many populations that were predicted to have gone extinct by now are still kicking (and biting). To find out why, scientists looked at hundreds of devil genomes from three different sites in Tasmania and compared them with genomes from animals living decades ago, when DFTD hadn’t yet run rampant. They found that the modern survivors had changes in seven genes, five of which are related to cancer or immune function in other mammals, including humans. Based on their functions in other species, the scientists think those genes might be protecting them from cancer by helping the devil immune system recognize DFTD, they write online today in Nature Communications.
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Just to encourage diversity amongst fan characters you can step outside of the boundaries of the usual hedgehog or fox FC and try something different. Here's just a list of suggestions.

Fan Character Species Suggestions
Porcupine
Mouse
Tenrec
Tiger
Snake
Shark
Skunk
Parrot
Falcon
Tasmanian Devil
Wolverine

These are just some examples, there are plenty of options if you're looking for a species that stands out amongst fan characters. So good luck and remember that there's no limit except the ones you place yourself.
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They made a character called the "Tasmanian devil" after killing almost all of them. Teach our kids real history. Who is the real devil? 
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Travel Dreams | Your Redlands Travel Expert

Day 3

Today we checked out of Lufra Hotel and Apartmemts and headed for the Tasmanian Devil Unzoo, Port Arthur. This zoo has reinvented the concept of a traditional zoo which focused on the animals being able to come and go as they please. You can still see the Devils in enclosures but you also get to see them in the wild via video feeds and learn about them and why in this area they are disease free.

Next stop was Bangor Wine and Oyster Shed for morning tea of oysters and scones plus home made chocolate.

Next part of the trip was a drive to Kate's berry farm for some ice-cream and berries.

Lunch was at Devil's Corner Cafe with amazing views of Hazards and Freycinet Peninsula located on the East coast. The pizzas are amazing.

A quick tour of Wine Glass Bay Cruises then onto our amazing overnight accommodation at Freycinet Lodge. This resort is located in the national park and overlooks Richardsons's Beach. The 60 cabins are situated in the bush. There is a waterfront restaurant and great views due sunset and sunrise.

Another day ending in a spectacular dinner.

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Tasmanian Devils Developing Resistance to Transmissible Cancer
During the last 20 years, a  contagious cancer  has decimated Tasmanian devil ( Sarcophilus harrisii ) populations. Cancer cells, which are spread by biting, grow deadly tumors on the faces and mouths of the aggressive marsupials. Because devil facial tumor...
Tasmanian Devils Developing Resistance to Transmissible Cancer
During the last 20 years, a contagious cancer has decimated Tasmanian devil ( Sarcophilus harrisii ) populations. Cancer cells, which ar...
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