Big whispers in the cryptid / extinct animal world are rumbling today with hot rumors that images of a thylacine (unkune Tasmanian Tiger) have been captured and sent to the Hobart Museum for verification

A video posted by Neil Waters, chairman of the Thylacine Awareness Group of Australia (TUNEgOUNE) this week claims that photos of an adult male and female thylacine and baby tiger Tassie will be released on March 1

That might sound like a big one maybe, considering that the last known living thylacine died in captivity at Hobart Zoo in 1936 and no verified sightings have been made since, but there is something in this video which gives me a slight hope

“Checking the SD cards, I found some really really good photos,” said Neil

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“A few canine judges, feline judges and a vet saw him, and I left the pictures to Nick Mooney from the museum, he is honored at the Hobart museum he looks at them

“I can tell you that there are three animals… and I and the TUNEgOUNE committee believe the first picture is the mom We know the second picture is the baby, because he is so small, and the third picture is the father “

Neil goes on to say that the adult animal images have markers belonging to the thylacines, but are a bit ‘ambiguous’ The baby image, however, is what turns him on

“The baby has stripes, a stiff tail, hock, coarse hair It’s the right color He’s a quadruped – stocky, and he has well-formed ears

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“So not only do we have a family walking in the bush, but we have proof of reproduction”

Usually, a video posted by a niche group that dedicates its time to find an animal declared extinct by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (ICUN) for almost 40 years is not enough for us. really pissed off with bubbling excitement But this time it was shared by some reputable people in the extinct animal realm, so it’s a little hard to look past

Notably, Forrest Galante, an conservationist who hosts Animal Planet’s Extinct Or Alive and who has dedicated his life to studying animals on the verge of extinction, shared the video on Twitter Forrest noted that Nick Mooney – to whom the images were sent – is an “extremely reputable wildlife biologist”, so if he verifies that the images are a thylacine sighting, then that’s bloody enough legit

Hold on to your hats ladies and gentlemen, this has the potential to be the wildlife rediscover of the century!

Nick Mooney is a highly regarded colleague and wildlife biologist If he checks it out, then it’s confirmed !! ???????? https: // tco / 0vMqexHsBO

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If all of this is legitimate, it means that we will in fact have verified photos of a fucking Tasmanian tiger released on March 1 – next Monday This also means that IUCN will likely have to put the animal back on the List red and classify it as Critically Endangered, surely

This new thylacine sighting claim has made a lot of people online very excited, but also very worried that this could all be crap and no one is quite sure if they can cope with this kind of heartache. in 2021

this thylacine ad better not be a fake, I don’t need to mess with my emotions right now please and thank you

Anyway, I’m fucked up that next Monday to roll so we can figure out what’s going on here

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Thylacine

World News – UA – Excuse me, but the real Thylacine thinks they’ve captured a family of Tassie tigers on camera

Source: https://www.pedestrian.tv/news/possible-thylacine-sighting-tasmania-march-1-release/