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Thylacine



Also Tasmanian Tiger.

The thylacine or Tasmanian tiger was a large carniverous marsupial which is believed to have died out in the early 20th century. The thylacine lived in various regions of Australia and ate kangaroos, birds and small rodents. Although no conclusive records of a living thylacine have been made since its alleged extinction in the 1930s there have been many sightings of what could possibly be wild thylacines in recent years spawning investigations and a renewed interest in the creature.

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