They sound scary.

What howls and chews through bones? A Tasmanian [taz-may-nee-yan] Devil!

This critter once lived in Australia [aws-tray-lee-ah]. It almost died out. Now eleven devils are in a wildlife park. People want more to come.

Read More: Long-ago people in Australia heard screams, screeches, and growls in the bush. They thought the devil was nearby. That’s how this pudgy animal got its name. Hot, dry weather and enemy dingoes forced the devils to move to Tasmania. Then many got a cancer that killed them. Aussie Ark wanted to protect these animals. Workers raised cancer-free devils on Tasmania. Now they slowly move some back to Australia. Proverbs 27:23 reminds us, “Know well the condition of your flocks, and give attention to your herds.”