Salamanca Markets, Hobart Australia - with Mt Wellington in the distance. Superb!
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The Tasmanian Devil is the largest carnivorous marsupial in the world (Males weigh about 18lbs.) and is the iconic symbol of Tasmania. It was declared an endangered species by the Tasmanian government in 2008 due to the rapid decline in its numbers since the 90's from a nonviral, but transmissable facial cancer. smithsonianmag.com #Tasmanian_Devil #Tasmania #smithsonianmag

The Tasmanian Devil is the largest carnivorous marsupial in the world (Males weigh about 18lbs.) and is the iconic symbol of Tasmania. It was declared an endangered species by the Tasmanian government in 2008 due to the rapid decline in its numbers since the 90's from a nonviral, but transmissable facial cancer. smithsonianmag.com #Tasmanian_Devil #Tasmania #smithsonianmag

Australia - Google+...Fairy Penguins such happy memories seeing them come ashore just like this in Tasmania

Australia - Google+...Fairy Penguins such happy memories seeing them come ashore just like this in Tasmania

Day 1: [evening] Little Penguins (Fairy Penguins) at Lillico Beach, (north coast near Devonport), Tasmania, Australia

Day 1: [evening] Little Penguins (Fairy Penguins) at Lillico Beach, (north coast near Devonport), Tasmania, Australia

Fairy Penguins (Eudyptula minor) from Tasmania, Australia

Fairy Penguins (Eudyptula minor) from Tasmania, Australia

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