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Category: Natural World | Posted on 5-22-2009 | 6 comments
Australia's Tasmanian devil could be going the way of the Thylacine as the status of the species has been changed from vulnerable to endangered following a faci...
Category: Natural World | Posted on 1-16-2009 | 1 comment
Until recently, little was known about the mysterious Tasmanian tiger, but new DNA sequences of the dog-like marsupial shed light on the striped creature's surp...
Category: Cryptozoology | Posted on 12-23-2008 | 11 comments
Australian wildlife scientists have re-opened the cryptic case of the Tasmanian tiger, a marsupial carnivore that resembled a striped coyote and which was last ...
Category: Science & Technology | Posted on 5-20-2008 | 24 comments
Australian scientists say it may one day be possible to bring the dinosaur back to life, after a world-first experiment with DNA from the extinct Tasmanian tige...
Category: Cryptozoology | Posted on 8-19-2007 | 0 comments
The last documented thylacine - Tasmanian tiger - died at Hobart Zoo in September 1936, and the species was declared "presumed extinct" in 1986.
Category: Cryptozoology | Posted on 3-6-2007 | 11 comments
A German tourist who claims to have photographed a Tasmanian tiger, solving one of Australia's enduring wildlife myths, said on Friday he had returned to the co...
Category: Cryptozoology | Posted on 9-6-2006 | 7 comments
Thylacine researcher Col Bailey was not even born when the last captive Tasmanian tiger died in 1936.
Category: Cryptozoology | Posted on 6-21-2006 | 20 comments
The Earth has lost many creatures as a result of human activity: The dodo and the passenger pigeon are among the best known.
Category: Cryptozoology | Posted on 2-18-2006 | 14 comments
It was 3. 30am on a mild January morning when North Coast resident Mick Stubbs watched a cat-like creature walk along a roadway near Mullumbimby and then duck u...
Category: Cryptozoology | Posted on 1-10-2006 | 10 comments
A tasmanian tiger or thylacine ran across a road north of Colac about 12.