Sleeping Tasmanian Devil by Kathy Atkinson
Tasmanian devils are usually nocturnal animals, sleeping in burrows or hollow logs during the day and emerging at night to feed. Occasionally, individuals such as this snoozing specimen in Tasmania will break the pattern and come out in daylight to bask in the sunshine.

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