Chris Hemsworth releases the first Tasmanian devils on mainland Australia

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Chris Hemsworth and his wife Elsa Pataky have helped release eleven Tasmanian devils into a New South Wales wildlife sanctuary.
The Thor star, 37, explained in a Channel Seven news report on Monday that they had 'laid some traps to catch the devils and then were going to release them out into the wild'.

The devils, which were free to roam at a 400-hectare wildlife sanctuary in Barrington Tops, were some of the first to be introduced to mainland Australia in roughly 3,000 years.

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Conservationist: Chris Hemsworth, 37, and his wife Elsa Pataky have helped release eleven Tasmanian devils into a New South Wales wildlife sanctuary

Chris and Elsa proved every inch the animal lovers as they lent their star power to introduce the group of devils to their new wild environment.

The heartthrob and passionate conservationist was seen lifting a massive trap containing a devil from the car before he and his wife looked on in delight as they released the animal.

On Twitter, the…
By Jabeen Waheed For Daily Mail Australia
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