Tasmanian devil project reminds drivers to slow down and help reduce roadkill numbers
Being killed by vehicles is the second biggest threat to the iconic marsupial after devil facial tumour disease (DFTD).
The youngsters start to move around from late spring, but the summer months are often the most dangerous because more humans are also out and about.
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