Only three transmissible cancers have been reported in nature, suggesting that such diseases emerge rarely.
One of the known transmissible cancers affects Tasmanian devils, and is threatening this species with extinction.
You can read that article here, or check out a preview video of the tech in action – though it is a little bit on the naughty side.Director of Inland Fisheries, John Diggle, said people were out fishing across the state despite cold and windy conditions."It's going to be rugged I'd say, weather's a bit rough, hopefully the fishing will be good, sometimes the fish bite better when it's rough, but definitely a cold start to the season today," he said.Mr Diggle said, to make sure there were plenty of fish to catch, Inland Fisheries had moved adult trout from well-stocked lakes to other popular fishing spots."This year we've stocked about 25,000 fish I think out of the spawning runs, which is a fair task."Adam Williams was one of the anglers who braved the opening conditions, camping out to secure prime fishing spots."It's just an annual thing that we do, have quite a few people come down and enjoy the weekend and hopefully the weather," he said.Facebook App: Open links in External Browser There is a specific issue with the Facebook in-app browser intermittently making requests to websites without cookies that had previously been set.This appears to be a defect in the browser which should be addressed soon.