The question was not an easy one, but after weeks of debate, almost one thousand entries and numerous names, animal lovers have spoken and Blaze, Dash and Deloraine have won out as the clear favourites.
The competition was fierce, but in the end Blaze, Dash and Deloraine were chosen as the Tasmanian devil’s handlers thought they best matched the joey’s specific body markings and Tasmanian Heritage.
Blaze, Dash and Deloraine were born in March, with the boisterous joeys being the third litter of Tassie devils born because of Dreamworld’s breeding program.
Their addition was a welcome boost to the Tasmanian devil population which has seen numbers plummet with only 10-20 percent of the original population surviving in the wild.
The Dreamworld Wildlife Foundation’s Tasmanian Devil conservation program is just one of the many initiative helping to protect endangered species of animals.
Winners of the RACQ naming competition will now receive a family Season Pass, valid for unlimited entry to Dreamworld, Whitewater World and Skypoint Observation Deck until June 2018, valued at $436 so they can come and check out the devils for themselves.