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Proof of Tasmanian Tiger photo seems extinct

Posted on Thursday, 17 March, 2005 | Comment icon 4 comments

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"A mysterious Tasmanian tiger photo by a German tourist is looking more like a hoax than proof the famous marsupial is alive."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Apocalyptic Cryptid on 17 March, 2005, 23:53
Where is the photo?? is that the photo?? it looks museumish....totally staged
Comment icon #2 Posted by brittish_gurl on 18 March, 2005, 0:21
Nope I can bet my life on it that they're extinct, or evolved into something else.......
Comment icon #3 Posted by AztecInca on 18 March, 2005, 5:16
^how?! There is a very good chance they are still alive, just with very few numbers. They could esily be hiding in the wilderness of Tasmania, we cant search every single cm of wilderness there and they probably knwo better than to come anywhere near us.
Comment icon #4 Posted by Dowdy on 18 March, 2005, 7:33
I reckon they're still alive. Tasmania may seem small on the map but it's full of wilderness and it can easily hide in there and no one will ever find it

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