The Tasmanian tiger, a large striped carnivore, is believed to have gone extinct…


The Tasmanian tiger, a large striped carnivore, is believed to have gone extinct over 80 years ago — but newly released Australian government documents show sightings have been reported as recently as two months ago 👀 The Tasmanian tiger, or thylacine, pictured above in a museum in 2002, was native to Tasmania and the Australian mainland. The last known thylacine died in captivity in 1936, and there is no hard evidence to support the its survival. However, regular claims of unsubstantiated sightings have given the marsupial a Loch Ness Monster-type status in Tasmania. (📸: Torsten Blackwood/AFP/AFP/Getty Images)



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