The wild Northwest coast of Tasmania is a windswept rugged landscape, blasted by the storms of the roaring forties.
This is the home of some of the last wild, cancer-free devils in the world.
Devil Facial Tumour Disease (DFTD) is an insidious contagious cancer only found in Tasmanian Devils. It causes large tumours to form on the faces of infected Devils. All recorded cases have been fatal though death by starvation can take up to 18 months.