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Scientists search for Thylacine in Cape York

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Frem what I know they're completely "extinct" here in Nova Scotia, last scat found in the early 2000's or 90's.

I think they're just focusing on learning about this undiscovered area and media spun it into a tazzie thing.

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1 hour ago, Cryptid_Control said:

I think they're just focusing on learning about this undiscovered area and media spun it into a tazzie thing.

Yes. I have since learned that the sightings are over thirty years old, and are of pretty poor quality. The study, so I understand, is in fact, funded as a study of the area's bettong (rat kangaroo) population. 

Why they've brought the tiger into this though? 

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