Tasmanian Tiger Spotted: Hunt Begins To Trace The Extinct Carnivore in Australia

Is it really extinct?

Tasmanian Tiger Spotted: Hunt Begins To Trace The Extinct Carnivore in Australia
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After sightings of a Tasmanian tiger were found in northern Australia recently, search parties have been sent to look for the carnivore.

This tiger is a wolf-like animal which existed till 1936. The last Tasmanian tiger was known to have died at a zoo in Tasmania.

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Tasmanian tiger or Thylacine was spotted in Queensland. 

Tasmanian tiger or Thylacine was spotted in Queensland. 

Search parties consisting of subject experts and cameramen have laid traps to trace the animal.  

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Eyewitnesses say carnivore still exists. 

Eyewitnesses say carnivore still exists. 
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The park rangers at Queensland have claimed that they have seen four Thylacines at a distance of 20 feet. 

Is it really alive?

Is it really alive?
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The eyewitnesses have described the exact physical attributes of Thylacine to subject experts who are assessing whether the animal seen by them was a Tasmanian tiger. 

Physical built-up of Tasmanian tiger

Physical built-up of Tasmanian tiger
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The Tasmanian tiger is a wolf-like creature. It is medium-sized and weighs about 30 kilograms. One can mistake the tiger for a feral cat, wolf or a dog. 

The location has been kept hidden. 

The location has been kept hidden. 
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Rangers want to leave Tasmanian tigers alone. If the rangers make a noise or provoke them, they might not be able to sight them, as the animal will run away.

The tiger displays some unique characteristics. 

The tiger displays some unique characteristics. 
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It might look like a wolf or a dog, but it hasn't evolved from either. The Thylacine developed claws, teeth and stripped fur in isolation. 

If you wanna know more, you can check this video. 

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