Tasmainian devil facial tumor

Perhaps no animal is better suited to its name than the Tasmanian devil. While it might look cute and cuddly , in reality this animal is quite the opposite. With the strongest bite of any mammal and an infamous blood-curdling scream, the Tasmanian devil is a fierce and formidable creature known to attack animals many times its size. But even this devil is no match for its greatest foe: an unusual, transmissible face cancer ravaging the population. Around 20 years ago, sightings of large tumors on the faces of Tasmanian devils began to grow more and more common. By , Australian news reported that a third of the population had already died off from this mysterious disease.
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Devil facial tumour disease

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What is Devil Facial Tumor Disease? | National Geographic Society

For nearly a year since the first cases of COVID ripped across the world , humanity has been talking about viruses. But for the past three decades, Tasmanian devils have been suffering from their own pandemic—a gruesome facial cancer that spreads through biting. And unlike nearly all other cancers, this form is contagious. Related: Can Tasmanian devils beat cancer of the face?
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O n the whole, the 20th century was pretty rough for Tasmanian devils Sarcophilus harrisii. Just when their numbers seemed to finally be recovering after more than a century of poisoning and trapping, a strange, deadly disease emerged: the contagious cancer known as devil facial tumor disease DFTD. Infected devils grow large, disfiguring tumors, especially on their faces—hence the name—and the vast majority die. Identifying the genetic basis of any emerging resistance to DFTD could bolster ongoing efforts of DPIPWE and its partners in the Save the Tasmanian Devil Program , she says, as genetic assays could be used to track the spread of resistance in the wild or even screen captive-bred individuals prior to release. In all, the team sequenced roughly 16, single nucleotide polymorphisms SNPs from about 2, individual Tasmanian devils in six populations across Tasmania.
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