The apparent sightings of the ‘extinct’ carnivore have led to massive searches for the creature across Australia’s largest wilderness area.
Apparently, the Tasmanian Tiger was spotted by a tourism operator and a former park ranger so now more than 50 cameras have been set up in the area to hopefully confirm that the wolf-like beasts are back. "All observations of putative thylacines to date have been at night, and in one case four animals were observed at close range, about 20 feet away, with a spotlight."
Tasmanian Tigers were the largest carnivorous predators to live alongside human society – but in a zoo on the island of Tasmania itself in 1936 the last known Tasmanian Tiger in existence sadly died.
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