Tasmanian Tiger

May 19, 2022
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Tasmanian Tiger

The thylacine, more commonly known as the Tasmanian Tiger, once ranged on the Australian continent. This was long before sea levels rose and separated Tasmania from the mainland approximately 12,000 years ago. Within 10,000 years these carnivorous marsupials were extinct from the continent. With the arrival of European settlers to Tasmania in 1800, only an estimated 5000 remained alive in the world.

In this episode, we discuss the possibility that this creature did not become extinct as scientists claim. They may actually still exists in the wilderness of Australia and Tasmania. Join us as we discuss what happed to the creature to make it seem extinct, and the many sitings that may prove it’s still out there.

Find out more about the Tasmanian Tiger

Click here to read an article from the Guardian

Here’s another one from the Daily Mail

Potential Siting

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Sightings And Other Animals That Shouldn’t Exist

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Sightings detailed as document release reveals alleged encounters

Hunter’s passion to prove disbelievers wrong

Picture shows a mysterious animal that has experts baffled

A Living Ghost: Thylacines, 1930-1936

Closest living relative could help bring them back from the dead

Feral wallabies sighted in UK almost 100 times in 10 years

Koala declared endangered as disease, lost habitat take toll

60,000 koalas killed or affected by ‘black summer’ bushfires

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Quantifying range decline and remaining populations of the large marsupial carnivore of Australia’s tropical rainforest

Thylacine hunting behavior: Case of crying wolf?

John Young (naturalist)

Col Bailey has dedicated his life to the mystery