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Australia is well-known for its unique flora and fauna. A lot of animals and plants can’t be found anywhere else in the world. If you were asked to name some typically Australian animals, you would most probably say: kangaroos, koalas, dingos or wombats. But have you heard of a creature called the Tasmanian devil? 1. They are powerful enough to crush bones. Just like kangaroos and koalas, the Tasmanian devil is a marsupial. 2. It’s an endangered species and you can only find it on the Island of Tasmania, 240 kilometres to the south of mainland Australia. 3. It is said that the first settlers who came to Tasmania heard some terrifying screams, coughs and shrieks coming from the bush and thought they were caused by some demons or other evil spirits. That is why the creatures were called ‘devils’.
A. They usually eat frogs, fish, birds or insects. B. That means it carries its babies in a pouch. C. And you’re probably wondering where its name came from? D. This animal is the size of a small dog, but it has a really strong jaw and very sharp teeth.