donate link to home page link to home page about the disease Save the Tasmanian devil. Devil Facial Tumouir Disease threatens the existence of this internationally-recognised icon. In some areas more than 90% of the Tasmanian devil population has been wiped out.


Imps are so cute!Educating the public is a vital part of saving the Tasmanian devil. This is especially true when it comes to future generations who will miss out if the devil becomes extinct in the wild.

We have educational activities and resources suitable for a range of ages. They are designed to raise awareness of the Tasmanian devil's plight, to help you to understand how important devils are to our ecosystems, and to suggest ways that you can help to save the Tasmanian devil.

Teacher kit

Download a copy of the Save the Tasmanian Devil Teacher Kit  for your school.

Teacher Kit





See more great resources available for students and teachers below.


Information sheets

FAQ - Tasmanian devils (Aug 2015).pdf

FAQ - DFTD (April 2016).pdf



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Schools news

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Image gallery

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Information Sheets

Download information sheets for your school project. read more...
Last published: 01/03/2010

PowerPoint presentation and lifecycle poster

The PowerPoint presentation talks about the impacts of Devil Facial Tumour Disease and describes what the Program is doing to save the Tasmanian devil. The poster shows the life cycle of the Tasmanian devil. read more...
Last published: 26/07/2011

Tasmanian devil vocalisation

What does a Tasmanian devil sound like? read more...
Last published: 26/07/2011

Videos about the Tasmanian devil

View some short videos: A movie on the Tasmanian devil and the race to prevent its extinction; a movie showing close-ups of the Tasmanian devil; and a movie on Tasmanian devils eating! read more...
Last published: 26/07/2011