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Tasmanian devils are scavengers, travelling up to 10 miles to find a carcass. Photo courtesy of Trowunna Wildlife Park.

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Join us Jan. 9 as experts debunk the myths about the Zoo's newest residents.


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Jan 09, 2014
12:45 AM - 01:30 PM


ABQ BioPark Zoo
903 Tenth SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102


Tasmanian Devils Unveiled: Debunking the Myths of the Zoo's Newest Residents

Speaker: Lynn Tupa, Zoo Manager

Scavenger, pack hunter, den thief, and all with a devilish howl...

Not just a Looney Tunes character, this Australian marsupial helps balance a delicate ecosystem, while facing imminent threats to its survival.

Join us as we explore the history of the fascinating animal, watch footage of natural behaviors in the wild, and learn how the ABQ BioPark is helping ensure Tasmanian devil populations survive for generations to come.

Can't make it Thursday? Join us for the same talk on Saturday, Jan. 11.

Brown Bag Lectures

This series of informal, lunchtime lectures presents the science of conservation. Topics include plant and animal themes relevant to the BioPark, and presenters may be BioPark staff or field experts.

Brown Bag lectures take place twice a month (on a Thursday and a Saturday), alternating between the Aquarium/Garden and Zoo locations. Lectures at the Zoo are included with regular admission. There is no fee to attend the lectures at the Aquarium/Garden. For more information, call 505-848-7180.


Included with admission.