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COL Bailey makes some extraordinary claims. Not only does he firmly believe the supposedly extinct thylacine still lives in the Tasmanian wilderness, he claims to have seen one, as recently as 1995.

COL Bailey makes some extraordinary claims. Not only does he firmly believe the supposedly extinct thylacine still lives in the Tasmanian wilderness, he claims to have seen one, as recently as

The Tasmanian tiger becomes extinct - a picture from the past On 7 September 1936, the death of the last officially recorded thylacine occurred at Hobart Zoo in Tasmania. A carnivorous marsupial, the thylacine was also known as the Tasmanian tiger or Tasmanian wolf. It is believed to have become extinct as a result of disease, the introduction of dogs in Tasmania and from being hunted by humans. Article and photos. CLICK

Earth faces sixth ‘great extinction’ with of amphibians set to go the way of the dodo

Thylacine, a marsupial commonly known as the Tasmanian tiger or the Tasmanian wolf. It is thought to have become extinct in the 20th century.

Thylacine, a marsupial commonly known as the Tasmanian tiger or the Tasmanian wolf. It is thought to have become extinct in the century.

This thylacine, named Benjamin, died in captivity in 1936, years after the animals were wiped out in the wild by farmers protecting their livestock.

This thylacine, named Benjamin, died in captivity in years after the animals were wiped out in the wild by farmers protecting their livestock.

Tilacino (Thylacinus cynocephalus) - extinto em 1936. Conhecido como lobo-da-tasmânia, foi o maior marsupial carnívoro dos tempos modernos. Habitava a Austrália e a Nova Guiné e foi extinto por causa da caça. http://super.abril.com.br/galerias-fotos/conheca-15-animais-foram-extintos-ultimos-250-anos-692346.shtml

As featured on Animal Planet's Hunt for the Tasmanian Tiger, TRU is a Group of Researchers, Scientists and Naturalists who have embarked on a quest to prove the continued existence of the Thylacine or Tasmanian Tiger.

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