Researchers now believe that the extinction of the thylacine occurred much more recently than the 1930s.
The last known living thylacine - an animal named Benjamin - died at Hobart Zoo all the way back in 1936.
Just like in Jurassic Park, playing god with the fate of extinct species could cause more problems than it solves.
A woman who had been out on a hike encountered an unidentified creature that may have been a Tasmanian tiger.
The new multi-million dollar endeavor will attempt to bring the extinct species back to life via genetic restoration.
Footage of the last known thylacine in captivity has been remastered to mark 85 years since its death.
Trail camera images of an alleged 'thylacine family' have been revealed, but not everyone is convinced.
A Tasmanian tiger enthusiast has announced that he will be releasing three tantalizing new images on March 1st.
A new study has suggested that the Tasmanian tiger may have survived all the way up until relatively recently.
Researchers have been scouring Australia's archives for long-lost video clips of the extinct Tasmanian tiger.
A genetic science company in Australia has developed a way to detect the presence of thylacines out in the wild.
A newly unearthed promotional video is thought to contain the last known footage of a live Tasmanian tiger.
Jeff Lowe, who featured prominently in the hit Netflix series, has offered his views on the Tasmanian tiger.
A proposed Tasmanian tiger documentary will now go ahead after winning the Pitch Australiana competition.
Researchers have discovered extremely rare black-and-white footage of the extinct Tasmanian tiger.
Police in Australia are on the look out for whoever put up a sign warning people about the legendary cryptid.
Neil Waters is preparing to spend two years living in the Australian bush in an effort to capture a live thylacine.
A recently released government document has revealed 8 new sightings of the 'extinct' animal in the last 3 years.
A fascinating video has emerged showing colorized footage of the last known Tasmanian tiger.
Wildlife biologist Forrest Galante is known for finding live specimens of species thought to have gone extinct.