Tasmanian devils must evolve to be less aggressive if they are to avoid becoming extinct, suggests new research.  Photograph: Greg Wood/AFP/Getty Images

Tasmanian devils must evolve to be less aggressive if they are to avoid becoming extinct, suggests new research.  Photograph: Greg Wood/AFP/Getty Images

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