Tasmanian tiger

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Tasmanian tiger


Tasmanian wolf:

see thylacinethylacine
or Tasmanian wolf,
carnivorous marsupial, or pouched mammal, of New Guinea, Australia, and Tasmania, presumed extinct since 1936. The thylacine is often cited as an example of convergent evolution: It was superficially quite similar to a wolf or dog, although
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The Hunter (12A): Willem Dafoe hunts the Tasmanian tiger amid some truly memorable scenery.
A biotech company wants mercenary animal hunter Martin David to try to find the Tasmanian tiger.
Dafoe is a mercenary hired by a shady multinational to find tissue samples of a Tasmanian tiger, a breed considered extinct, but which locals claim to have seen.
Opens Friday WILLEM Dafoe is on top form as mysterious hunter Martin sent to the outback by a shadowy biotech company to track the long-thought-extinct Tasmanian tiger.
Benjamin (believed to be female, but never mind) was the last known Tasmanian tiger, or thylacine.
I came to be struck by the sheer irrevocable tragedy of the loss of a species, the terrible cosmic loneliness of the last dodo or the last Tasmanian tiger.
There were also those who famously disappointed, Norway ($3m) and Tasmanian Tiger ($ 6.
Stamatiadis, who is also the force behind the multi-million selling TY the Tasmanian Tiger series.
Jeremy Austin from the Australian Center for Ancient DNA, is currently using ancient DNA to study the evolution and extinction of Australia's Tasmanian tiger, which became extinct in the 1930s.
I'm advised that finding this frog is as significant a discovery as a Tasmanian tiger,'' Sartor said, referring to the famous dog-like animal that used to inhabit Tasmania but was declared extinct in 1986.
In the March/April 2006 issue, someone said we shouldn't clone the Thylacine or Tasmanian Tiger, and that we should think about other animals that are alive.
The burgeoning field of "museomics"--using improved methods for sampling DNA combined with the latest sequencing technology to analyze preserved museum samples--has set to work on studying the thylacine, or Tasmanian Tiger, reports a team of international researchers that includes scientists from Penn State and Texas A&M universities.

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