The Tasmanian Tiger
The Tasmanian Tiger is assumed extinct. The last known specimen died in a Hobart, Tasmania zoo in 1936. Humans were responsible for the extinction, which only took about 70 years, as farmers in the 1800s began shooting, poisoning, gassing, and trapping the animal, blaming it for attacking sheep.
A slender, fox-faced animal, the Tasmanian wolf was 100 to 130 cm long, including its 50- to 65-centimetre tail which was very thick, close to the body and quickly tapered to a point. The Tasmanian wolf was yellowish brown, with about 16 to 18 dark vertical bars on the back and rump and short, thick fur. In a shallow pouch, opening rearward, the female carried two to four young at a time. Their feet have five toes which are padded. Their teeth are also very similar to those of a dog. It was about 60 cm tall at the shoulder.
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