Month: December 2017
Humanity’s propensity for destruction and annihilation including cross species depletion continues unabated. But what of the Thylacinus Cynocephalus commonly known as the Tasmanian Tiger? Is there a possibility it may have survived? Recent events have provided a surprising glimmer of hope.
There have been many supposed sightings but few of these credible until a local trio went public in September 2017.
Strangely, this coincided with the publishing of an article on the complete DNA mapping of the thylacine in Nature scientific journal December 2017. Check out: www.nature.com/articles/s41559-017-0417-y Continue reading Tasmanian Tiger