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Live Thylacine
Image credit: Benjamin A. Sheppard

Uploader comment: One of the last photographs taken of the now extinct Tazmanian Tiger or Thylacine.

Image status: EXPLAINED The Tasmanian Tiger ( Thylacine ) was a real animal that was hunted to extinction in Australia in the 19th and early 20th century.

   

 
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Comment icon #10 Posted by jeenuh on 23 June, 2005, 0:44
Looks alot like a dingo.
Comment icon #9 Posted by theghost_and_thedarkness on 25 June, 2005, 4:52
There are still reports that the thylacine is, in fact, NOT really extinct. That's what makes it so fascinating to cryptozoologists.
Comment icon #8 Posted by ihatethelight_76 on 3 July, 2005, 0:35
man those look cool....i want one
Comment icon #7 Posted by jono on 6 August, 2005, 16:07
this creature is to be known as instinct, but in the last 30 years there have been reported sighting of the tasmanian tiger. the reason they are unsure about this is that most of tasmania is dense bushland which is to thick to explore. only time will tell to see if the myth is true or false
Comment icon #6 Posted by robrampage on 16 August, 2005, 0:00
Yes, supposedly extinct, but many reported sightings, (including me).
Comment icon #5 Posted by professor on 26 September, 2005, 12:59
Looks like a Zebra, got a little feisty with the local canine.
Comment icon #4 Posted by kenzie_the_unexplained on 10 October, 2005, 8:10
XD Come on, Thylacines are so amazing.And I know that didn't get Fiesty..Zebra don't live in Australia!Wait..Or do they?
Comment icon #3 Posted by maku on 17 October, 2005, 10:17
ya i hered the same about the sitings the zooalagestshould help get pop up
Comment icon #2 Posted by salma on 10 December, 2005, 22:40
yes they are still trying to look for a thylacine in their jungles and many people claim to have seen glimpses of it but no real physical evidence...
Comment icon #1 Posted by foxgirl on 6 January, 2006, 8:31
It's ty the tasmanian tiger!!!! Sorry, i love video games.


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