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Jan

Tasmania is arguably one of the most unusual nature destinations in the entire region of Oceania. A significant fraction of the island is protected as national parkland. Temperate rain forests, mountains, and miles of explorable shoreline add to the eco-tourism allure of this remote-feeling place. Species like the Tasmanian devil, platypus, and Forester kangaroo call Tasmania home, so wildlife seekers will have plenty to see as well.10 overlooked eco-tourism destinations

Tasmania is arguably one of the most unusual nature destinations in the entire region of Oceania. A significant fraction of the island is protected as national parkland. Temperate rain forests, mountains, and miles of explorable shoreline add to the eco-tourism allure of this remote-feeling place. Species like the Tasmanian devil, platypus, and Forester kangaroo call Tasmania home, so wildlife seekers will have plenty to see as well.
10 overlooked eco-tourism destinations

25

Jun

The race to save the Tasmanian devilAn aggressive and contagious facial cancer threatens to drive Australia’s wild Tasmanian devil to extinction in as little as 5 years.

The race to save the Tasmanian devil
An aggressive and contagious facial cancer threatens to drive Australia’s wild Tasmanian devil to extinction in as little as 5 years.