Are there really sightings of the thylacine animal?

This is declared to be extinct a long time ago about 80 years since the first settlers settled in Tasmania and were blamed for the loss of livestock and when actually was wild dogs that were responsible and now some people say they've seen similar animal with cat dog like with strips on its back for 3 years including 2019 is it possible it's still around?

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  • 2 months ago
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    Sightings are hardly any confirmation, but there have been a few other animals thought extinct have been found in Tasmania and New Guinea.

    Velvet spider hadn't been seen in parts of Europe over 80 years, now found in your garden.

    • The fiend2 months agoReport

      So probably no possible way that the thylacine aka the Tasmanian tiger could still be out there until later unless they catch it and give potential proof?

  • 2 months ago

    Yes, check out youtube video below.

    • The fiend1 month agoReport

      Yo bro these sightings are from 2008 I'm taking about recent sightings of 2019

  • 2 months ago

    No verified documented sighting of a thylacine has been made in at least two decades.

  • 2 months ago

    Let's just hope that is the Tasmanian Wolf and not wild dogs. A species that we thought extinct makes a comeback? That is fantastic.

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Scientists do not rule out the possibility that the thylacine is not extinct. They keep an open mind, but they need more evidence to accept it as fact.

  • CRR
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    It's possible but unlikely, and the longer we go without a confirmed sighting the more unlikely it becomes.

    • The fiend2 months agoReport

      They are trying to do reconstruct DNA from preserved perma mammoth remains as well and put it in a surrogate mother like the Asian elephant which is the closest relative living today and critically endangered

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