Tasmanian Tiger Archive

  • The thylacine Thylacinus cynocephalus was a large, heavily built, carnivorous marsupial with short, dense, tan coloured fur and incomplete, dark brown bands across the back, rump and base of the tail. The scientific name translates as the “dog-headed pouched one” and like canids (dogs), the thylacine was a digitigrade quadruped . […]

    Thoughts From A Real Thylacine Researcher!

    The thylacine Thylacinus cynocephalus was a large, heavily built, carnivorous marsupial with short, dense, tan coloured fur and incomplete, dark brown bands across the back, rump and base of the tail. The scientific name translates as the “dog-headed pouched one” and like canids (dogs), the thylacine was a digitigrade quadruped . […]

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  • A TEAM of Tasmanian thylacine trackers has released footage of what they believe is proof a population of thylacines continues to live in the island state. The series of images and videos, taken at a secret location in southern Tasmania, are being touted as the most reliable evidence that Tasmanian […]

    A New Tasmanian Tiger Sighting?

    A TEAM of Tasmanian thylacine trackers has released footage of what they believe is proof a population of thylacines continues to live in the island state. The series of images and videos, taken at a secret location in southern Tasmania, are being touted as the most reliable evidence that Tasmanian […]

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  • An Australian man suspects that he may have captured the legendary Tasmanian Tiger on tape while filming an early morning sunrise last week. Paul Day posted the footage to YouTube a few days ago and said that he initially thought that the animal, seen running through a field on South […]

    Could This Be A Tasmanian Tiger?

    An Australian man suspects that he may have captured the legendary Tasmanian Tiger on tape while filming an early morning sunrise last week. Paul Day posted the footage to YouTube a few days ago and said that he initially thought that the animal, seen running through a field on South […]

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  • Newly released game camera footage from Australian researchers may be the latest piece of potential evidence that the legendary Tasmanian Tiger still exists. The Thylacine Awareness Group unveiled the video for the first time at a conference last weekend. In the footage, which was recorded in 2013, there are two […]

    Tasmanian Tiger Filmed By Game Camera?

    Newly released game camera footage from Australian researchers may be the latest piece of potential evidence that the legendary Tasmanian Tiger still exists. The Thylacine Awareness Group unveiled the video for the first time at a conference last weekend. In the footage, which was recorded in 2013, there are two […]

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  • ANOTHER Tasmanian tiger sighting has been reported in South Gippsland. After Venus Bay Caravan Park owner Tony Holgate came across a tiger at the park in December, Barrie Murphy reported a sighting at Inverloch last Wednesday. The Inverloch resident said he was positive he caught a glimpse of the nocturnal […]

    Tasmanian Tiger Sighted At Inverloch, Victoria!

    ANOTHER Tasmanian tiger sighting has been reported in South Gippsland. After Venus Bay Caravan Park owner Tony Holgate came across a tiger at the park in December, Barrie Murphy reported a sighting at Inverloch last Wednesday. The Inverloch resident said he was positive he caught a glimpse of the nocturnal […]

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  • Is the Tasmanian tiger alive and well and living on the mainland? Hunter says the officially extinct animal has been seen ‘numerous times’.   A thylacine hunter has claimed the animal is still alive The Tasmanian tiger was declared extinct in 1986 But world-renowned enthusiast Michael Moss claims they’re in […]

    Is The Tasmanian Alive & Well On The Australian Mainland?

    Is the Tasmanian tiger alive and well and living on the mainland? Hunter says the officially extinct animal has been seen ‘numerous times’.   A thylacine hunter has claimed the animal is still alive The Tasmanian tiger was declared extinct in 1986 But world-renowned enthusiast Michael Moss claims they’re in […]

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