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On Saturday 26th February 2005 on the local TV channel Southern Cross was a news item reporting that a Danish tourist had a picture on his digital camera of a thylacine taken last week in the Lake St. Clair area, central Tasmania. He/she reportedly took the camera to the National Parks office (Hobart??) but did not leave the camera with them. I wonder if we will every hear any more about it? Will keep you posted. Today is 27.2.05.
Devonport, Tas, Australia
Sunday, 27th February 2005 at 14:47 (AEDT)
Good book in pdf file ... http://www.users.bigpond.com/tigerbook/
Santa Barbara, CA, U.S.A.
Wednesday, 16th February 2005 at 5:32 (AEDT)
Good site keep up the good work, I believe the tasmanian tiger still exists in Tasmania, but even if rare and endangered will soon be extinct if nothing is done to protect that region as well as other regions of the world for the animals and future of mankind.
Santa Barbara, CA, U.S.A.
Wednesday, 16th February 2005 at 5:11 (AEDT)
this is a good site........i am doing reaserch for school and i found alot of good info here!
itasca , il, america
Wednesday, 9th February 2005 at 1:53 (AEDT)
Joe Coufal <babs email@example.com>
Farmington, N.M., U.S.A.
Sunday, 6th February 2005 at 14:17 (AEDT)
I hope that they can bring back the tasmanian tiger. I am always looking for new tiger pics thanks
Gillette, Wy, USA
Thursday, 3rd February 2005 at 18:48 (AEDT)
The idea of cloning the Tazmanian Tiger is great. I hope they can bring it back. Your marsupials facinate us. I visited Australia in 1969 on vacation (R & R) from the Viet Nam war. The people in Sydney were great to us amd we feel a bond with you.
Bob Haverty <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Woburn, MA, USA
Tuesday, 25th January 2005 at 9:24 (AEDT)
Nice site! I'm looking for thylacine videos or photos. Please, help me and send it to me. I saw one tape in colour and I'm trying to see it again!Thanks
Marc Garijo <email@example.com>
Monday, 24th January 2005 at 7:13 (AEDT)
Your house toataly rocks dude.
James Goetze <none>
Dalbo, MN, U.S.A.!!!!!
Friday, 7th January 2005 at 1:56 (AEDT)
the thylacine is a survivor despite man's best efforts to kill them all-once again an all to familiar situation of man imposing it's will and egotism onto another species.
There are people that have good intentions with regard to the animal and their are those that will always look toward the dollar sign in everything. We must remember man has a tendency to screw things up an example is 1936 when Benjamin had complete protected status in the hobart zoo and was allowed to die from neglect and exposure. Nice going-We should leave the animal alone.
buddy h <firstname.lastname@example.org>
leicester, mass, usa
Friday, 24th December 2004 at 4:19 (AEDT)
i am a tasmanian tiger who would like to thank you all for caring. i am currently hiding in the deep forest of a national park. lucky i brought my handy dandy laptop! im so impressed with your website
Sydney, NSW, Australia
Thursday, 2nd December 2004 at 12:15 (AEDT)
SUE ARMITAGE <email@example.com>
tin can bay, qld, australia
Wednesday, 24th November 2004 at 18:0 (AEDT)
dis web site is very interesting and informative thanx 4 helping wit my project
melbourne, vic, australia
Wednesday, 24th November 2004 at 14:1 (AEDT)
Site is very interesting, misterious like tasmanian wolf. I belive that they survived!
olivera molnar <firstname.lastname@example.org>
subotica, vojvodina, serbia and montenegro
Friday, 19th November 2004 at 18:32 (AEDT)
I think the tasmanian-tiger site is good.I think the extinction of the tas.tiger is very tragic.
Amanda Crain <email@example.com>
st.louis, missouri, us
Thursday, 18th November 2004 at 8:5 (AEDT)
At the moment im starting to cry im dissapointed with europians at the moment i wish i could have a country of my own full of these to keep them away from pouchers im half australian if you see any hunters/pouchers shout at them or attack them.
rest in peace if you are extinct
I hope i could put an end to this bless them charlie harris
charlie harris <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Wednesday, 10th November 2004 at 3:34 (AEDT)
real nice but how about some photos?
howard black <email@example.com>
euclid, ohio, U.S.A.
Wednesday, 3rd November 2004 at 11:30 (AEDT)
i have seen 3 tassie tigers in the last few weeks situated in the bush behind my house as i was going for my daily walk upto the risdon caves i do believe that you would be interested in what i have seen so far
keep you posted.
bye for now John
hobart, tasmania, ausralia
Tuesday, 2nd November 2004 at 12:41 (AEDT)
I'm a Tasmanian Aborigine living interstate. What can I say fellas. These Europeans sure mess thing up? Why don't you mentioned the unique Tasmanian Emu some time and what happened to it
Vicki Bell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Maitland, N.S.W., Australia
Monday, 11th October 2004 at 23:0 (AEDT)
Ever since I watched the discovery channel and they were talking about Tasmanian Tigers I wanted to learn about them and see if they really have gone extinct.
Pierson, Michigan, North America
Saturday, 9th October 2004 at 6:17 (AEDT)
I like to thank the people who have put this site on the intenet and I find it very informative and interesting. My dad went to Tasmanina early on this year with the Army and he brought me back a Tasmania Tiger stuffed toy and I love it and I have always liked to see a Tasmanina Tiger in real life, but the government should also be supporting the people or the group that is dedicated to finding the Tasmanina Tiger ever if it is just moral support and resoures, but they don't have to offer money.
Lakes Entrance, Vic, Australia
Thursday, 16th September 2004 at 15:18 (AEDT)
let's hope the thylacine is out there.
I have spent a few years in the uk and have just returned to tasmania this year.
One of the incredible sights i saw whilst i was away was the fabled ' black panther ', for a few seconds in country Wales.
There are hundreds of sightings of such a beast but no one has scientifically confirmed it's existence.
If a colony of panthers can roam the british countryside, avoiding habitated areas, its very possible the thylacine is out there and reclusive in Tasmania
hobart, tas, aus
Friday, 10th September 2004 at 23:0 (AEDT)
Thursday, 9th September 2004 at 9:3 (AEDT)
At the heart of science is an essential tension between two seemingly
contradictory attitudes -- an openness to new ideas, no matter how bizarre
or counterintuitive they may be, and the most ruthless skeptical scrutiny
of all ideas, old and new. This is how deep truths are winnowed from deep
nonsense. Of course, scientists make mistakes in trying to understand the
world, but there is a built-in error-correcting mechanism: The collective
enterprise of creative thinking and skeptical thinking together keeps the
field on track.
-- Carl Sagan, "The Fine Art of Baloney Detection"
San Diego, Ca, USA
Thursday, 19th August 2004 at 10:33 (AEDT)
I have a great time visiting this site...its very helpful to me when I have a research...
sheena katrina pastor <email@example.com>
Davao City, Philippines
Friday, 23rd July 2004 at 11:3 (AEDT)
hi i have a homework project and this site was very helpful
Melbourne, Vic, Australia
Thursday, 22nd July 2004 at 18:9 (AEDT)
i think that the tazzy tiger still lives out there, somewhere
Tuesday, 20th July 2004 at 2:7 (AEDT)
I really want to believe the thylacene still lives on.
I've just returned from Whitby after a holiday, how good it would feel to kick Captain Cook's statue in the balls.
LEAMINGTON SPA, UK
Saturday, 17th July 2004 at 6:14 (AEDT)
very good site
Tuesday, 13th July 2004 at 3:43 (AEDT)
I like this site. Very good for school projects (which I am working on now) I only wish it had a few more pictures, as I need more for the presentation side of the project. Otherwise no complaints, great site, great layout, easy navigation. Four and a half stars.
3 Blaize xxxooo
Ulverstone, Tasmania, Australia
Monday, 12th July 2004 at 9:47 (AEDT)
i think this site is as ausome as the tasmania wolf
this site has given me a hole new look at the lovley animal i hope to get a pass on my english talk about the wonderfull creatchers
p.s i love this site
c ya xoxo
manjimup, w.a, australia
Thursday, 1st July 2004 at 13:54 (AEDT)
I first read about the Tasmanian Tiger in a copy of Smithsonian years ago....fasinating animal. Maybe someday one will turn up alive somewhere in the world. Great site!
S Amboy, NJ, USA
Thursday, 10th June 2004 at 2:32 (AEDT)
I am a BIG fan of the Thylacine as it is my favorite animal. I love drawing and I often draw Thylacines! I, too, think that Thylacines must still be alive as there seams to be so many reports of people seeing them or finding evidence of them. I really enjoyed this site, it's very informative and intresting, well done!
Sunday, 30th May 2004 at 1:57 (AEDT)
I THINK THAT THE TIGER IS STILL OUT AND MAYBE ONE DAY SOMEONE FINES IT BECAUSE THIS IS ONE ANIMAL THAT NEEDS ARE HELP TO REPOPULATE THEM.THIS TIGER IS ONE OF AN KIND I REALLY WOULD LOVE TO SEE IT IN A ZOO.BUT THIS ONE ANIMAL THAT IS GOIN TO BE HARD TO FIND SO GOOD LUCK TO WHO EVER FIND THIS BEAUTIFUL AND AMAZING ANIMAL
lil strap <firstname.lastname@example.org>
philly, pa, usa
Wednesday, 26th May 2004 at 10:55 (AEDT)
I may be young and inexperienced but I am going to prove that the Tasmainan Tiger still exsists. So please donate to the fund that I will be starting up within the next month.
Yeppoon, Qld, Australia
Friday, 21st May 2004 at 8:52 (AEDT)
Such a tragedy that the vey last one was said to have died in a Hobard zoo in like 1936. I really hope it is some-where laying low for the moment. When I first saw this creature I was so impressed by it.Please send my e-mail any pictures you may have of this king of marsupials!
Michael Mason <email@example.com>
Houston, TX, U.S.A.
Tuesday, 18th May 2004 at 14:18 (AEDT)
I would greatly appreciate any pis. u might have on this fasinating creature!
mike mason <firstname.lastname@example.org>
houston, TX, U.S.A.
Tuesday, 18th May 2004 at 14:13 (AEDT)
Hi great site,I've always loved the Tasmanain Tiger.
I Know there still out there some were.If you ever see one don't tell every bodie becaus poutchers willtry to kill them
or they will put them in captivity...That would SUCK!!!!!
I LOVE THYSALINES
SCIENTISTS DO NOT CLONE THEM!!!!!
Kathleen, Georgia, U.S.A.
Monday, 17th May 2004 at 9:20 (AEDT)
I absolutly LOVE! the Tasmanian Tiger its colour its uniqueness its well...
EVERYTHING its just one of the coolist animals in the world.
Jordan Chambers <email@example.com>
melbourne, VIC, australia
Sunday, 16th May 2004 at 20:2 (AEDT)
I adore the tiger and hope that it is still out there but if it is not, they should bring it back. It is just to amazing to let go of.
Cape Town, South Africa
Wednesday, 5th May 2004 at 21:56 (AEDT)
Is this not the coolest animal ever? I think they are alive and they are walking around on the continent of Antarctica. They are going to take over the world!!! No to clones!!! Yeah ok...
Tuesday, 27th April 2004 at 4:21 (AEDT)
I'm doing a project on Tasmanian Taigers right now! Does manyone think they'll accully bring them back?¿ They say in 2010 they'll have one cloned! Well anyway they look really cool!
ssm, On, Canada
Wednesday, 7th April 2004 at 4:19 (AEDT)
Good website! I've always liked Thylacines, and I still "think" they exist in any deep forest in Tasmania. Hope is the last think we should lose, isn't it?
Sunday, 4th April 2004 at 0:2 (AEDT)
Great site. Somewhere out there, the Tasmanian Tiger still lives on. Lets hope we find them, so we can protect them more. Do not clone them. They have lived on for ever so far without human help. they will survive.
Jeff Drozdowski <firstname.lastname@example.org>
New Liskeard, Canada
Saturday, 27th March 2004 at 15:32 (AEDT)
fasanating site. Lets hope to god we prove them all wrong and not let a majestic creature be wipe out like so many others before it. When will we ever learn.
regards craig marsalek
craig marsalek <email@example.com>
launching place, vic, australia
Wednesday, 24th March 2004 at 14:37 (AEDT)
I am doing a project and just thought this was a great site for info.
Baggie Lindeman (related tothe wines) <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Tuesday, 23rd March 2004 at 17:57 (AEDT)
Hi I'm Alexander and I am in Year 4. We have to do a project on an Australian animal. I chose the Tassie Tiger because it was something a bit different than what all the rest of my class chose.
Your web site is really helpful.
Adelaide, SA, Australia
Tuesday, 23rd March 2004 at 15:37 (AEDT)
Im 12 yrs old, and im interested in palientology(if thats how ya spell it:P) its so cool how you guys figured out how to do this kinda stuff. I want to bcum a palientologist when im older. Any way I just got done watching NG(National Geographic) and wanted to learn more about the Tasmanian Tiger. I still believe there might be sum out there. I mean as long as there's Bigfoot and Nessie who else knos wut could be living in this world. Catcha L8er ttyl :)!
Ewen, Michigan, United States
Sunday, 14th March 2004 at 9:19 (AEDT)
another of mankind's casualties...
what kind of creature are we? a virus?
ponta delgada, portugal
Friday, 5th March 2004 at 16:20 (AEDT)
This A Fantastic Site.Thanks For All The Hard Work
Northern Territory, Northern territory, Australia
Tuesday, 2nd March 2004 at 19:5 (AEDT)
hi i am doing a story on tas tigers for school
tas, tas, tas
Thursday, 26th February 2004 at 12:51 (AEDT)
Armand Bashar <email@example.com>
Burbank, CA, USA
Wednesday, 25th February 2004 at 6:29 (AEDT)
i am 11 years old and am doing a progect on tasmanian tigers the amazing animals but i can't stop talking about them.who can't they are just so cool!i wish i could have seen one when they were alive!if they clone one ya it will be here again but think about the inpact it will have on tasmanai's ecosystam. think before you clone you should not play god!
luv ya animals,
ft. worth, TX., U.S.A.
Tuesday, 24th February 2004 at 12:43 (AEDT)
Though i've never seen a tasmanian tiger other than in pictures i know that they are the coolest animals ever. if they are alive and we find one i will be the happiest person ever.they are awesome!!!
Essex, mass, USA
Tuesday, 24th February 2004 at 9:45 (AEDT)
I really hope the tasmanian wolf is still alive.If we find it then you can count on me for the protection and safety of this species.I will NOT let those cruel humans kill the wolfs for any reason at all.
Queens, NY, USA
Tuesday, 24th February 2004 at 9:4 (AEDT)
I recently saw some video footage of a living Thylacine taken in 1994, on the 'Killer Instinct' program with Rob Bredl. Could anyone give me more information about this footage, who shot it, and where, etc. Thankyou for any help. Phil
Monday, 23rd February 2004 at 4:23 (AEDT)
i love these animals i was just watching the discovery channell about these tigers and dean and his crew think that there still in aussie. i was recently there and i saw one honestly! i didnt know what it was i thought it was a coyote like what we have here in canada. its been 2 weeks since i left australia and just 2 weeks later i see dean and his commando team trying to hunt and find them. its so weird though. e-mail me back a.s.a.p. and i can tell u more bout what i saw thx
mississauga, ON, Canada
Saturday, 21st February 2004 at 4:36 (AEDT)
I love tasmanian-tigers so much Im glad there is a website for them!!!!!!! I wish they were in utah there the best animal in the world. if they lived in utha i would buy as much land as posable and put the,m in it so everyone could see them but no one could hurt them.
Thursday, 19th February 2004 at 4:27 (AEDT)
This web site is so so good and intresting please e-mail with your ideas. The tasmanian tiger is out ther
Nathaniel Hawley <Krazy_Boi_Nat@hotmail.com>
Monday, 9th February 2004 at 3:4 (AEDT)
These animals are cute. They should try and bring them back. I like them because they remind me of dogs.
I wish I could see one in Queensland. I love these creatures!
From Heather, aged 7.
Maryborough, QLD, AUSTRALIA
Wednesday, 4th February 2004 at 18:17 (AEDT)
I think that this was an aswome animale and that they should bring it back. I just hop that every one wants them back to!for more info for bring them back u can e-mail Montecarlo86869@aol.com
brookpark, oh, u.s.a
Sunday, 1st February 2004 at 8:49 (AEDT)
I luv you're site!! Plz right back I'll check as soon as possible! luv y'all
Thursday, 22nd January 2004 at 4:26 (AEDT)
Yor stories so great i could read them all day kuv ya!
Thursday, 22nd January 2004 at 4:19 (AEDT)
hey, i'm really interested in the tasmanian tiger i want to know more if you guys have any site please feel free to e-mail me the links. thanks a bunch
League City, Texas, USA
Tuesday, 20th January 2004 at 8:15 (AEDT)
I spent two years looking for the thylacine between 1977 1979 and I'm convinced that they existed then. Not only were there 150 people I spoke to whose sightings I couldn't doubt (there were lots of mis-sightings as well), I photographed some prints of one on the edge of Arthurs' Lake in 1978. When I showed the photo to the then Curator of Zoology at Launceston's Queen Victoria museum, Dr. Bob Green, he said the following: "there are no proper casts of a thylacines' footprints so we can only go on the rather shrivelled up and distorted paws of museum exhibits. But if I was to imagine what one would look like it would look exactly like THAT" as he pointed to the photo.
I also believe I was followed by one in broad daylight at Reedy Marsh, North of Deloraine, judging by the strange elongated sitting marks (fresh) left by an animal as it waited for me to return from a dead end across a creek. There had been an amazing sighting nearby just two days before by a young couple.
The thing you must remember is that Thylacines are naturally curious, but at the same time have an incredible power of scenting things. Much better than any dog (not that they are any relation!)
In effect they can check you out and you'd never know they were around.
Certainly all of the car headlight sightings I gathered, indicated that
NONE of the animals was in any hurry whatsoever to get off the road. It was almost an arrogance born from being number one predator on the island for so long "Nothing can hurt me..."
Naturally a car can sneak up on them pretty quick as they come round the corner on a road at night, but they are not phased by cars or their lights. There eyes consistently give off a gold coloured reflection. While their curiousity gets the better of them , generally though, if they smell humans they will avoid them, and they can smell them for a very long distance indeed!
I returned last year and was devastated by the destruction that has occurred in the last quarter century where, then, recent sightings had been. Around Weldborough and other places in the North East, clearings and plantations had taken over what was temperate rain forest just back then. The government was even announcing plans to clear the Blue Tiers, one of the main areas Tigers still exist! (maybe)
I think the Authors of this website are quite right, the Tasmanian government knows thylacines may still exist, but are more interested in earning today's money by destroying its habitat through the evil practice of woodchipping.
People only get the government they deserve, and until Tasmanians realise there is far more money to be made by promoting long term eco-tourism than short term forestry, they are on a doomed course indeed.
Chris Tangey <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia
Monday, 5th January 2004 at 20:52 (AEDT)
There is actually a big project going on right now lead by Professor Mike Archer, Director of the Australian Museum to clone the thylacine. Enzymatic replication of Tasmanian Tiger DNA has been successful, resulting in millions of copies of DNA fragments that are undamaged and unmistakably Tasmanian Tiger. For the first time, this Tasmanian Tiger DNA has the potential to work in a living cell. There is still a long way to go and there are the moral questions of cloning. I am soon going to attempt to start a petition of as many people as I can get to say yes to the cloning of this amazing yet mysterious animal. If you want to know more or would like to help out contact me via e-mail.
Christopher Moore <email@example.com>
Ames, Ia, USA
Saturday, 20th December 2003 at 9:37 (AEDT)
There's no more tasmania tiger in the world the last tasmania tiger was in a zoo and the people that took care of her didn't giver her any meat and she died just when she was going to have a baby.
craftsbury, vt, usa
Friday, 19th December 2003 at 0:48 (AEDT)
I am 8 years old. I picked the Tasmanian Tiger for my Continent Animal Research project. My favorite continent is Australia and my favorite animal in Australia is the Tasmanian Tiger. Thanks for the facts. My brother Edward likes them, because we have a game called Ty the Tasmanian Tiger and it's fun to play.
Lauren Wunsch <firstname.lastname@example.org>
paola, ks, usa
Saturday, 6th December 2003 at 12:20 (AEDT)
The Tazzy Tiger, as i like to call it, i really hope is still alive and are some out there. I would love to search through tasmania and places where they have been sighted. Anywho...that's all:)
Sioux Falls, SD , USA
Friday, 5th December 2003 at 2:41 (AEDT)
The information and stories that are shared on this site were very interesting. It is safe to say that many people would like to know that this animal is still existing in some isolated pockets in the bush. Please continue to monitor and give updated reports on sightings.
paul reyna <email@example.com>
rowlett , Texas, USA
Wednesday, 3rd December 2003 at 7:54 (AEDT)
Maybe the Tasmanian Tigers have dramatically (overnight) evolved into Chameleon-Like-Tasmanian-Tigers to survive. They may change color. This maybe the reason why all sightings remained unverified.Hehehe :-)
Good day to all!
Karl San Gabriel <KSanGabriel@iateneo.com>
Saturday, 29th November 2003 at 15:53 (AEDT)
What a great site. Thanks for the information. I love animals.
Friday, 21st November 2003 at 20:5 (AEDT)
Good site for my interest in TT (Tazmanian Tigers). =)
Karl San Gabriel <KSanGabriel@iateneo.com>
Friday, 21st November 2003 at 14:12 (AEDT)
really interesting and useful!thanks...
sydney, nsw, australia
Monday, 17th November 2003 at 19:7 (AEDT)
I have a story for you... from my exchangestudent-days in Tassie. Lived not to far from you... down the road from George!
Tomas Tidén <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Saturday, 15th November 2003 at 15:15 (AEDT)
I thought it was very interesting reading about the tas-tiger and i thought the people involved done a very good job.
Lance Anderson <Ando1872@hotmail.com>
Tuesday, 11th November 2003 at 2:6 (AEDT)
Very interesting! I hope that somewhere in the wild there is a group of "t-tigers" still hunting. If there is ever a confirmed sighting, please post on your site. I will bookmark this page for future reading.
Coleen Hackwell <email@example.com>
Salt Lake City, UT, USA
Wednesday, 5th November 2003 at 7:2 (AEDT)
I am a strong believer that the Thylacine did survive in secret, and I am one of those people who are going to school for the education to find them. And many more considered extinct. If possible can You send me as much info as possible.
Inwe (Meghan) <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Mohawk, N.Y., U.S.A.
Thursday, 23rd October 2003 at 3:55 (AEDT)
they still exist
bj meche <email@example.com>
batson, texas, usa
Wednesday, 22nd October 2003 at 0:54 (AEDT)
I have been doing my own thinking around this subject. I have been looking for aboriginal connections to the tiger. I have yet to find any direct reference to the animal directly. I have heard of it refered to as Corrie but in white mans writings of little basis. I watched a show on the Mayans, how they gave their history to the spanish without them realising. their descriptions involved whole mountains not a symbol that can be held in the hand. Taking this tact I found the legend of "LOHAN" can be found on google aust under Lohan. Basically Lohan follows a feather from the Yarra Valley to Wilsons Prom. Who would follow a feather that far, would it fly that far. Does a Tiger walking through dry grass resemble a Black Swan Feather floating along. It also tells of a cave at the prom. Could this be the last journey of a Tiger after the seas rose? Many strange sightings have been made along this route.
Peter Millsom <Greensanta@aol.com>
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Tuesday, 14th October 2003 at 23:56 (AEDT)
We used to shoot thylacines, we still log old growth forests. Go figure.
Monday, 13th October 2003 at 14:7 (AEDT)
I think the tiger is still around today.if there are still sightings then theres a good chance of finding some.the colacanth was said to have died 50 millon years ago but some have been found alive today so most animals are smart enough to survive.to show scientists a thing or two if there was a way to catch some they could be put in a wild life presurve.people today are more caring about animals than say a 100 years ago plus with the cloning a live female would be beter to pregnant with the cells of the tazy pup they have than a tazy devil.if we could talk to the people who could show sientists ware they saw the tazt tiger there might be a good chance of finding some.i,am really intrested in the tazy tiger if there is any info you can spare on the tiger send it my way at firstname.lastname@example.org this site is great.
JAVAN THOMAS <email@example.com>
CLEARWATER, FL, U.S.A
Saturday, 11th October 2003 at 15:32 (AEDT)
Buck and I just got home from holiday, so sorry for the delay in answering. Thank you everyone. What a surprise to find so many messages from so many parts of the world...Ecuador, Spain, Ireland, the Netherlands, USA, and more ("mainland" Australia, too). By the way, we've been in some of the countries. We lived in the Netherlands for one year and loved it. Ireland was beautiful...we were in search of Martin Cash, who was a well known convict turned bushranger in Van Diemen's Land (Tasmania). We have also bicycled across the US and Canada...down the East Coast of Australia,too. We learned Spanish while living in a lovely little village (Todos Santos, Baja california, Mexico),so we understood the Spanish entry.
Unhappily, the clearfelling of native forest continues in our island state. All moves to stop it seem to be of no avail because the logging industry has manipulated the law in their own favour, hence they can claim their activities are 'legal'. Add to this they label our native animals as 'vermin' and lay 1080 poison to kill them so their Monterey pine plantations won't be eaten.
Also, native trees not suitable for woodchipping are deemed 'rubbish' and pushed into piles and burned. Our lovely native habitat is rapidly being replaced by pine plantations (introduced). Can you believe all this is happening in a so-called 'civilized' part of the world? We fear for the survival of the tiger.
Friday, 10th October 2003 at 14:38 (AEDT)
Very educational... Enjoyed the mystery and the thrill of wanting to know more.
west minster, vt, usa
Friday, 10th October 2003 at 4:47 (AEDT)
The Tazy Tiger too bad I never got to see one.
Centralia, WA, USA
Thursday, 2nd October 2003 at 6:1 (AEDT)
Yo creo que el tilacino aun sigue vivo, y a los escepticos les digo , que ya aparecera uno.
Buena labor la de su pagina. Un abrazo
Jesus g <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Wednesday, 1st October 2003 at 11:25 (AEDT)
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