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Transcript of Thylacine
Cynocephalus Tasmanian Tiger Tasmanian Wolf Indigenous people and the Thylacine: Fossil Thylacine: Other Names for the Thylacine: Old discriptions of the Thylacine: Females had a backward
??So did the males??Why?? Competition With: Europeans Explorers
first discovered the
Thylacine after its
numbers had fallen
dramatically and only
native to Tasmania. Aboriginies used
the Thylacine as a
food item. Fossil Thylacines in: VIC, SA, WA, QLD. 7 species found... ...and a mummified carcass... ...also a complete skeleton. "Tiger Cat" "Kangaroo Dog" "Australian Hyena" "Claws like a Tiger" "Dog with a pouch" "Hopping Dog" The last Thylacine,
Even though no-one knew if it was male or female, they named it Benjamin.
Benjamin died on the 7th of September 1936.
This day later become known as... National Threatend Speices Day. Later becoming known as... National Thylacine Day. By:
Visual Literacy Project