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Elsa Pataky cuddles up to a koala as she visits a wildlife sanctuary with her children

Elsa Pataky cuddles up to a koala as she visits a wildlife sanctuary with her children – after she and husband Chris Hemsworth ‘made history’ by releasing the first Tasmanian devils on mainland Australia in 3,000 years

Last month, she and husband Chris Hemsworth ‘made history’ by releasing the first Tasmanian devils on mainland Australia in 3,000 years.

And it seems that Chris and wife Elsa Pataky are keen to pass on their passion for nature and wildlife to their children. 

On Friday, the Spanish actress, 44, took their kids to wildlife sanctuary in Tomalla, near Port Macquarie on the north coast of NSW, for a little visit. 

A cuddly friend: On Friday, Elsa Pataky cuddled up to a koala as she visited a wildlife sanctuary with her children – after she and husband Chris Hemsworth ‘made history’ by releasing the first Tasmanian devils on mainland Australia in 3,000 years

Fast and Furious star Elsa shared some images on Instagram from the trip and could be seen cuddling a koala. 

The family also held an Eastern quoll and even what appeared to be a small Tasmanian Devil. 

‘What an amazing trip,’ Elsa captioned her post. 

Family fun: Fast and Furious star Elsa shared some images on Instagram from the trip. The family also held an Eastern quoll and even what appeared to be a small Tasmanian Devil

Family fun: Fast and Furious star Elsa shared some images on Instagram from the trip. The family also held an Eastern quoll and even what appeared to be a small Tasmanian Devil

‘Thanks for letting us enjoy and learn so much about the Australian wildlife. You are doing such amazing work, hope we will see free Tasmanian Devils, Eastern Quolls and many more species on Australian land soon.’

Last month, Elsa and Thor star husband Chris, 37, helped release eleven Tasmanian devils into a New South Wales wildlife sanctuary. 

The Thor star, 37, explained in a Channel Seven news report that they had ‘laid some traps to catch the devils and then were going to release them out into the wild’.

'Thanks for letting us enjoy and learn so much about the Australian wildlife. You are doing such amazing work, hope we will see free Tasmanian Devils, Eastern Quolls and many more species on Australian land soon,' Elsa wrote

‘Thanks for letting us enjoy and learn so much about the Australian wildlife. You are doing such amazing work, hope we will see free Tasmanian Devils, Eastern Quolls and many more species on Australian land soon,’ Elsa wrote

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.

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 news report was captioned: ‘As a superhero, he is more used to saving the world, but for now, @ChrisHemsworth is using his powers to bring an iconic Aussie species back to life.

'Making history': Last month, Elsa and Thor star husband Chris, 37, helped release eleven Tasmanian devils into a New South Wales wildlife sanctuary

‘Making history’: Last month, Elsa and Thor star husband Chris, 37, helped release eleven Tasmanian devils into a New South Wales wildlife sanctuary

‘The Hollywood superstar and wife @ElsaPataky have helped to make history on the mainland’. 

Aussie Ark President Tim Faulkner said in a statement: ‘In 100 years, we are going to be looking back at this day as the day that set in motion the ecological restoration of an entire country.’

‘Not only is this the reintroduction of one of Australia’s beloved animals, but of an animal that will engineer the entire environment around it, restoring and rebalancing our forest ecology after centuries of devastation from introduced foxes and cats and other invasive predators.’

A good cause: 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

A good cause: 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

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