Chris Hemsworth goes tenting with sons

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Aussie superhero Chris Hemsworth took some well-deserved r’n’r by heading into the wild with “the boys”.

Chris took his twin sons Sasha and Tristan, 8, on a camping holiday that included all the fun activities of a classic Australian camping trip.

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This trip was clearly a father-son bonding experience, as mother Elsa Pataky and her eldest daughter India, 10, had no insight anywhere.

“Epic camping trip with my boys,” Chris posted on Instagram.

“Surfing, fishing, roasting marshmallows and wrestling kangaroos. Nothing like it!”

Snapshots from the trip show the boys climbing rocks, hitting the waves and riding bikes before promptly collapsing on fire.

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Fans took to Instagram to praise Chris for being a great dad and spending quality time with his sons.

“Best dad of the year,” wrote one fan.

“Great dad,” said another.

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Getting back to nature seems like the perfect holiday for Chris, especially since it was recently revealed that he and his brother Luke are helping bring back the Tasmanian tiger.

The pair have invested in a science startup called Colossal Biosciences, which is collaborating with the University of Melbourne to “extinct” the thylacine (or Tassie tiger).

“Our family remains committed to supporting conservation efforts around the world and protecting Australia’s biodiversity is a high priority,” Chris said in an opinion.

“The extinction of the Tassie tiger has had a devastating impact on our ecosystem and we are thrilled to support the revolutionary conservation efforts of [lead researcher] dr Pask and the entire Colossal team.”

Chris and his brother Luke invested in Colossal Bioscience

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Ben Lamm, co-founder of Colossal, spoke highly of the Hemsworth’s involvement and their general interest in conservation.

“The Hemsworth family has done a lot to protect the marsupials, and they lead the charge in bringing the Tasmanian devil back to the mainland and creating a population outside of Tasmania,” said Ben said.

“They were incredibly passionate, not only about the return of the thylacine, but also how the technologies developed by Colossal can be used for marsupial conservation and gestation. We couldn’t be happier about their support and dedication.”

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