Tasmanian devils are making a comeback on Australia’s mainland.
Seven infant Tasmanian devils, called joeys, were lately born at a wildlife refuge in New South Wales.
It is the first-time infant devils were created to the mainland at 3,000 years because dying out.
The infant marsupials are all about the size of shelled peanuts within their mothers’ pouches.
As soon as they’re grown, they could really help the environment, according to investigators.
Their reintroduction can help control populations of feral cats and foxes that search other species that are endangered.