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Thylacine Paw Print in Mud?

Less than 20km from the snow print and a bit over a year earlier. It looks like a thylacine print and it is in a location that is great habitat for a thylacine. There are thylacine sightings in this area. It is in an area that hunters go through with their hunting dogs. Is it a distorted dog print? Has a dog slipped in the mud? It is much too big to be devil,quoll or feral cat. We are investigating the area, talking to witnesses, setting up cameras and should have an interesting video soon. Before we make our conclusions we would love to hear from you Help us out with your ideas on this print.

Posted by thylacinehunter@gmail.com on March 2, 2013 at 1:01 AM 3507 Views

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Reply Dustin Munro
3:54 PM on March 5, 2013 
Lets try to capture one alive,video document and take hair samples for DNA and physicle proof.To capture without harming any,put up a fence enclosure in an area of sightings with a door to be pulled shut,put in and play old recordings of captive individuals to attract any possible nearby thylacines into the 'fence trap'.After doing documenting the rediscovery,measurements of size and weight, radio collar ad release it.Follow the radio signal to it's den and set up a camera system to video monitor it and whatever other ones share the den with it.Once proven to still exist,other populations will probably be discovered not only in Tasmania,but possibly on mainland Australia and New Guinea too.Of course that is if they are not indeed extinct.