Tasmanian Musuem and Art Gallery says fresh thylacine sighting likely a pademelon

Jackson Worthington
Updated February 23 2021 - 5:05pm, first published 5:00pm
EXTINCT: A photograph of the last captive thylacine taken on December 19 1933, at the Hobart Zoo. Picture: David Fleay trustees
EXTINCT: A photograph of the last captive thylacine taken on December 19 1933, at the Hobart Zoo. Picture: David Fleay trustees

The Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery has dashed the hopes of a Tasmanian Tiger hunter who believes he captured the first image of the iconic species in decades.

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Jackson Worthington

General news reporter with a special interest in social justice, the economy and family violence. Jackson.Worthington@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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