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Is the Javan tiger back from extinction? New study ignites controversy.


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Extinct Javan tigers, which disappeared almost 50 years ago, could still be alive, researchers have claimed. And while their research has come under significant scientific scrutiny, there appears to be some kind of striped big cat prowling the island of Java.

The last confirmed sighting of a Javan tiger was in 1976, but people occasionally report seeing tigers on Java to this day. Recently, the authors of a new study, published March 21 in the journal Oryx, appeared to confirm the creature's continued existence, after analyzing a single strand of hair retrieved from a plantation in West Java.

https://www.livescience.com/animals/tigers/is-the-javan-tiger-back-from-extinction-new-study-ignites-controversy

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This would be nice 🐯 Sometimes I wonder that the beings are not in human sight on purpose, and flourishing way out in the wilds.

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This would be great news if that was the case.

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We've already got this.

 

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