Tasmanian Devil doesn't seem to mind light snowfall

rumblestaffPublished: July 6, 20171,106 views
Published: July 6, 2017

While the rest of us northern-hemispher-ners curse the heat of the scorching summer, Australia has seen a light snowfall. One might think that Australia's exotic critters might be confused and scared of the frozen rain, but this little guy seems to be enjoying the light snow almost as much as the next kid.

The cute Tasmanian Devil is a resident at Devils@Cradle, which is a wildlife reserve n Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park in Tasmania. It is a refuge center to protect these animals, whose number has dwindled due to a facial tumor disease that has spread through the population rapidly.

The video was posted by the refuge when they had their first snow and the Tasmanian Devil reacts to the change of weather quite adorably.

After the viewers fell in love with one of world's largest carnivorous marsupial, Discover Tasmania decide to throw a campaign to name the little guy. Tasmanian Devils are known for the terrifying range of noises they can make – but this little guy is more interested in just sniffing around as the flakes fall.

Australians can submit their name suggestions to the organisation for a chance to win a trip to the Cradle Mountain area and a chance to see him in person, but non-Australians can still plan a trip to Devils@Cradle wildlife sanctuary.

Credit: Devils@Cradle

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