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The Irwin Family Visits With The Devils

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Australia’s most famous animal activists, Terri, Bindi, and Bob Irwin, visited a wildlife park, East Coast Natureworld in Tasmania and gazed upon the Tasmanian Devils in their free range enclosure. The Park operates as a rescue, rehab, and breeding facility for indigenous animals. Terri Irwin previously donated $20,000 to the program, with the money coming from a dress she auctioned off — which she had originally paid $91 for. Terri also mentioned further financial support will be coming from the Australia Zoo, especially for research. Visit the Natureworld website to read about the devils’ struggle with a facial cancer that has wiped out 60% of their population!!

Bindi is 10 now and little Bob, 4, is a mini-me of his daddy, the late great Steve Irwin.

via: northerntasmania

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