The thylacine (Tasmanian Tiger) may have been rediscovered

ErichZann

Striker
I remember a documentary with Steve Irwin in the 90s - he was sure they were still out there and used to go looking for them.
 


Bob Fleming

Striker
Spent a bit of time on Tassie a few years back. Was quite fascinated by the story of the tiger. Called in to the Mole Creek Hotel which is full of memorabilia - paper cuttings of sightings etc. Got pretty pissed and the landlord let me park my van in the shed out the back. Great place.
 
Spent a bit of time on Tassie a few years back. Was quite fascinated by the story of the tiger. Called in to the Mole Creek Hotel which is full of memorabilia - paper cuttings of sightings etc. Got pretty pissed and the landlord let me park my van in the shed out the back. Great place.
Sounds like a very interesting story, but my juvenile humour is struggling with the last sentence.
 

Bob Fleming

Striker
He let me hang out of his back shed.

It got a bit weird actually. Some local was getting married the next day and he was adamant we come to his wedding. We'd had a good laugh in the pub and that. Woke up around 6.30am and fucked off out of there before they actually made us do it. I'd have probably been put in the wedding dress.
 

Monty Pigeon

Striker
Not looking good, sadly.

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Jon Dough

Midfield
The girt dog of ennerdale right here in the UK was believed to have been a thylacine.As for the announcement, I don't believe it,believed extinct yet not one but three captured on film? Nope 🤔
 

templei

Central Defender
Was in Tassie for Xmas and they have a bit of info in a museum/gallery at Cradle Mountain. Would be amazing if true but can’t see it, nearly 100 years since a confirmed sighting. Be interesting to see the pictures though
 

Monty Pigeon

Striker

Jon Dough

Midfield

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