The Tasmanian devil looks and sounds terrifying, and its bite is even worse. However, the Tasmanian devil population is being devastated by a contagious cancer. Take this quiz to learn more about the Tasmanian devil's problem with possible extinction.
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Tasmanian devil males are only one foot tall. How can they be so dangerous?
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How did Tasmanian devils earn their name?
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How many forms of vocalization do the Tasmanian devils have?
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When the Tasmanian devils get mad, what happens?
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How many devils in a litter?
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How does the female devil feed 50 babies?
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What may happen to young Tasmanian devils if they don't leave home soon enough?
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How many Tasmanian devils live together in a pack?
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When was Devil Facial Tumor Disease first documented?
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What is Devil Facial Tumor Disease?
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What is unusual about this type of cancer?
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How is the cancer spread?
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After developing the disease, how long until the animal's eventual death?
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How are Tasmanian devils fighting the devastation of cancer?
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What is being done to save the devils?
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What do Tasman-Forestier Peninsula researchers do when they trap infected Tasmanian devils?
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What do Tasman-Forestier Peninsula researchers do when they trap a healthy Tasmanian devil?
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Why not just let the Tasmanian devils die off?
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What type of animal is the Tasmanian devil?
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