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Tasmanian Devils to Debut at San Diego Zoo

The Tasmanian Devils are part of the new Australian Outback exhibit at the San Diego Zoo



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    Conrad in his new home at the San Diego Zoo.

    Visitors to the San Diego Zoo are now able to see the newest transplants from Australia – four Tasmanian devils.

    The animals from the Australian Outback arrived in September but had to complete a 30-day quarantine before being part of the zoo’s newest exhibit celebrating all the unique animals from the Land Down Under.

    The Tasmanian devils  - Bradley, Bixby, De-Vos and Usmar - can be found near the zoo’s new “Marsupial Wall” designed to help teach visitors about the top carnivore of Tasmania.

    The Conrad Prebys Australian Outback, a 3-acre exhibit, houses more than 20 Queensland koalas along with wombats, wallabies and 23 species of Australian birds.