Movie giant Warner Brothers is joining the campaign to safeguard Tasmania's most famous mascot - the Tasmanian devil. The endangered species - currently under threat from a facial tumour disease - has attracted the interest of studio bosses who own the rights to cartoon spin-off TAZ. After lengthy talks with the Tasmanian Government, the film firm has promised to look into substantial funding for the declining creatures.
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