Tasmanian tiger: DNA sampling could determine if thylacines exist ... - ABC Online
Modern forensic science could be used to solve one of our much-loved mysteries — is the thylacine actually extinct?
Is this a Tassie tiger in South Australia? - News.com.au - NEWS.com.au
A SOUTH Australian schoolteacher has filmed what he believes could be a thylacine in farmland near Moonta on the Yorke Peninsula.
Teacher films 'Tasmanian tiger' galloping across South Australian field - 9news.com.au
An amateur photographer has filmed what he believes was a Tasmanian tiger running across a field in South Australia's Yorke Peninsula. A video of the alleged ...
Is this proof the Tasmanian Tiger isn't extinct? Mystery animal with a striking resemblance to the thylacine caught ... - Daily Mail
Images of a mysterious four-legged animal bounding through a field has led one man to believe it could be a Tasmanian Tiger
. In a video uploaded to his YouTube page on Wednesday, Paul G Day captured what he at first thought was a dog or a fox on South ...
Beaumaris Zoo, the location of the last known Tasmanian tiger, could be used for concerts - The Mercury
Also known as Hobart Zoo, the site at the Domain was opened in 1895 and was famous for being the location of the last known living thylacine before its death in 1936. One year after the death of the Tasmanian tiger
, the zoo — which also was home to ...
Tasmanian Tiger spotted near Moonta? - Yorke Peninsula Country Times
MOONTA Mines resident Paul Day recorded what many believe to be a thylacine, or Tasmanian tiger
, on Friday, June 30. Mr Day was filming the sunrise near Moonta for his YouTube channel AuthorPaulGDay when he captured footage of an animal ...
Man on the trail of the Tasmanian tiger | Video | The Northern Daily ... - The Northern Daily Leader
Tasmanian Tiger hunter Michael Williams, of NSW, sets up a motion activated camera in the hope of capturing video of a Tasmanian Tiger. Picture: Phillip Biggs.
Aborigines came here 20,000 years before megafauna vanished - The Australian
Aborigines arrived in Australia up to 20000 years earlier than previously believed, with new research backing their claims to the worlds oldest culture — but ...
An encounter with the "Tantanoola tiger" at Mount Kembla in 1909 - Newcastle Herald
You've heard of the Tasmanian tiger
and the black panther, but have you heard of the Tantanoola tiger? Lake Macquarie's Doug Saxon has a story about this strange beast. In his book, titled Michael Scott - An Artistic Life, Doug reveals a close ...
Inside Australia's War on Invasive Species - Scientific American
But the Tasmanian tiger
, the marsupial lion and Megalania (a 1,300-pound lizard) are gone. The only top predator left, the Australian wild dog, or dingo (photograph), is under threat from humans because of its predilection for eating sheep. Along with ...