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English: Created by User:Petaholes from data in Guiler, E.R., Observations on the Tasmanian Devil, Sarcophilus harrisii (Marsupialia : Dasyuridae) II. Reproduction, breeding and growth of pouch young, Australian Journal of Zoology, 1970, 18(1)63-70
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