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The Tasmanian tiger, also known as the thylacine or Tasmanian wolf, is not actually a member of the cat family (tiger) or the dog family (wolf) but.

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3 The Tasmanian tiger, also known as the thylacine or Tasmanian wolf, is not actually a member of the cat family (tiger) or the dog family (wolf) but is a type of marsupial (the female carries her young in a pouch) like kangaroosTheses are the two tinst Tasmanian tigers in tasmanai australia

4 The Tasmanian Tiger went into extinct in the year 1936. This animal is regarded to be the largest carnivorous marsupial in modern day and age. It was a native wildlife animal of Australia and New Guinea. Man and his evil ways led this animal to extinction..

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6 The Tasmanian tiger is a sandy-colored, dog-like marsupial with a rigid tail and 13 to 19 stripes between its shoulder and the base of its tail. The male has a larger, thinner face than the female. The average length for an adult thylacine is about 5 feet but the thylacine can be up to six feet in a straight line measure from its nose to the tip of its tail.

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9 Benjenman was the last tasmanian tiger known on earth. (: Tasmanian tiger benjenman

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12 Tasmanian tigers are now extinct after there long life time living. Intresting facts about tasmanian tigers

13 The Tasmanian tiger is a carniverous (meat-eating) marsupial. Once common in Tasmania, it is now labeled as extinct. Tasmanian tiger and a Dingo

14 The last captive thylacine known as benjenman died in hobart zoo in tasmania australia in september 1936 Tasmanian tiger facts

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16 The pattern of stripes on the Tasmanian tiger's back is unique like each person's fingerprints. Unique Tasmanian Stripes


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