Thursday, September 22, 2016

More Thylacine Footage Revealed

Following the recent release of Tasmanian Tiger footage out of southern Australia, another intriguing piece of film has surfaced.  The newly released footage was actually captured in 2008 by a woman in Western Victoria, Australia.

The Tasmanian Tiger, or Thylacine as it is also known, has been officially extinct since 1936 when the last known animal died in captivity.  Since that time, countless sightings of the animal have been reported and organizations like the Thylacine Awareness Group have been collecting accounts with the goal of finding solid evidence of the animal's survival.

The newest clip includes witness testimony about her multiple sightings of the Thylacine.  Shot on a handycam, the footage is much clearer and longer than the group's previous release.  The distinctive, stiff tail of the Thylacine is in clear view and the animal's movement can also be observed.

For information on the Thylacine from earlier this month, see:

And be sure to check out the Thylacine Awareness Group on Facebook for more updates and information on sightings of the Tasmanian Tiger:

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