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Thylacine Skull
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Uploader comment: Thylacine skull at the Tasmania Museum and Art Gallery, Hobart, Tasmania

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 #4 Posted by numagirl22 on 27 December, 2013, 11:26
also cool to see the workings of this thing's jaw, it opened so wide in that video!
Comment icon #3 Posted by Chooky88 on 7 April, 2012, 14:48
Apart from the tragedy of its extinction. I find it facinating that nature recreates certain patterns. The wolf pattern copied by the thylacine, the cheetah and even a prehistoric goat!
Comment icon #2 Posted by Chooky88 on 7 April, 2012, 14:48
Apart from the tragedy of its extinction. I find it facinating that nature recreates certain patterns. The wolf pattern copied by the thylacine, the cheetah and even a prehistoric goat!
Comment icon #1 Posted by Chooky88 on 7 April, 2012, 14:38
Apart from the tragedy of its extinction. I find it facinating that nature recreates certain patterns. The wolf pattern copied by the thylacine, the cheetah and even a prehistoric goat!
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