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Cet animal pourrait bien sauver l’Homme des supers bactéries

Despite its cartoon reputation for being a whirling dervish, a Tasmanian devil is actually slow and placid. Except at mealtime.

Despite its cartoon reputation for being a whirling dervish, a Tasmanian devil is actually slow and placid. Except at mealtime.

BY DAY, the wilderness is tranquil and quiet. But at night, spine-chilling growls and screams echo through the forest. The source of the screeching? A feist

BY DAY, the wilderness is tranquil and quiet. But at night, spine-chilling growls and screams echo through the forest. The source of the screeching? A feist

Yes, the Tasmanian devil is a real animal – but will it be around much longer?

Yes, the Tasmanian devil is a real animal – but will it be around much longer?

The Tasmanian devil is mostly a scavenger that feeds on dead animals. There are no hyenas in Tasmania or anywhere else in Australia for that matter and the devils have taken on their role.

The Tasmanian devil is mostly a scavenger that feeds on dead animals. There are no hyenas in Tasmania or anywhere else in Australia for that matter and the devils have taken on their role.

animalsnatureveganism:  Extinct animals: Tasmanian tiger "The Thylacine [Tasmanian Tiger] is a strong candidate for cloning and other molecular science projects due to its recent demise and the existence of several well preserved specimens."

animalsnatureveganism: Extinct animals: Tasmanian tiger "The Thylacine [Tasmanian Tiger] is a strong candidate for cloning and other molecular science projects due to its recent demise and the existence of several well preserved specimens."

http://artevolution.com/secret-art-of-dr-seuss/#taxidermy "Unorthodox Taxidermy" Seuss embarked on an ingenious project in the early 1930s as he evolved from two-dimensional artworks to three-dimensional sculptures. What was most unusual for these mixed-media sculptures was the use of real animal parts including beaks, antlers and horns from deceased Forest Park Zoo animals where Seuss’s father was superintendent... Read more: http://artevolution.com/secret-art-of-dr-seuss/#taxidermy

http://artevolution.com/secret-art-of-dr-seuss/#taxidermy "Unorthodox Taxidermy" Seuss embarked on an ingenious project in the early 1930s as he evolved from two-dimensional artworks to three-dimensional sculptures. What was most unusual for these mixed-media sculptures was the use of real animal parts including beaks, antlers and horns from deceased Forest Park Zoo animals where Seuss’s father was superintendent... Read more: http://artevolution.com/secret-art-of-dr-seuss/#taxidermy

Tasmanian Devil - Lots of clip art on this site

Tasmanian Devil - Lots of clip art on this site

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