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Desc:He died some 70 years ago.
Category:Pets & Animals, Horror
Tags:better animals, extinct animals, TASMANIAN TIGERegory, tasmanian tiger, thylacine
Submitted:RomancingTrain
Date:07/28/09
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Comment count is 13
Xenocide - 2009-07-28
Rest in peace, cat that looks like a dog.
fermun - 2009-07-28
It is not a cat.

fluffy - 2009-07-28
Its closest living relative is the kangaroo.

Xenocide - 2009-07-28
Oh, I see. It died because its name was A LIE.

Albuquerque Halsey - 2009-07-28
needs "not a cat" tag
fluffy - 2009-07-28
Also "thylacine" since that's its more proper name.

fluffy - 2009-07-28
While we're at it there's a bit more here: http://www.poetv.com/video.php?vid=354

poorwill - 2009-07-28
:'(

Regular tigers are next, just wait.
RedHood - 2009-07-29
I would trade all the orphans in the world to save tigers, I really would.

mashedtater - 2009-07-29
you could feed tigers orphans...

that might create a self sustaining cycle

Syd Midnight - 2009-07-29
This makes me very sad
THA SUGAH RAIN - 2009-07-29
I wonder what it tasted like.
jyrque - 2009-12-21
There's just something so utterly depressing and soulcrushing about watching videos of extinct animals.
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