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Thylacine (Tasmanian Tiger) - Where do you sit on the Scept-o-meter?

Posted by thylacinehunter@gmail.com on July 2, 2012 at 3:47 AM 1804 Views

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Reply Richard Freeman
11:31 AM on July 9, 2012 
I've spoken to the latePeter Chapple of the Australian Rare Fauna research group. Hesaw thylacines several times on mainland Oz. He was a first rate naturalist. Also Dr Henry Nix's BIOCLIM computor programe predicted were surviving thylacines would most likley be found on Tasmania. When he examined the data there was something like a 98 % match with were witnesses were reporting them. Take into account the Hans Narding sighting and i think i have to be a 10. Thylcaines exist on Taz the mainland and New Guinea. I think hunting haselected for more tiid individuals. We have had stranger survivals than thins.
Reply adam hickman
5:37 PM on July 7, 2012 
I personally am about 7 i believe there are rare encouters with them all over tasmania and australia and i think there are a small population in the world wich may be spotted right now i would love to search for one in a few years and redescover the thylasine and prove to the world it is not a myth no more

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