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Tasmania is famous for many reasons. We have the cleanest air and the oldest trees on the planet and one fifth of our island is a World Heritage Area.

Unfortunately, we are also the roadkill capital of the world with an average of 32 animals killed every hour on Tasmanian roads (A).  That’s almost 300,000 animals per year, including 350 endangered Tassie devils (B).

 

Don’t let our devils become angels. Slow down on the roads and help us continue to develop ways to protect devils from Devil Facial Tumour Disease (DFTD) and other threats.

 

Please fill in the online form below, or alternatively, you may print and complete the Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal Donation Form (PDF 149KB).

 

If you need help with making your gift to the Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal online or would like to discuss your gift,  please contact us by phone on +61 3 6226 1920 or via email through devil.appeal@utas.edu.au and we will be able to assist you.


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Please fill in the online form below, or alternatively, you may print and complete the Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal Donation Form (PDF 149KB).

 
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References:

 (A) Hobday, Minstrell – School of Zoology, University of Tasmania – Distribution and abundance of roadkill on Tasmanian highways: human management options.
(B) Public Reports collected by the Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment