Man, if I saw this on my property, I wouldn’t tell a soul. Or only a trustworthy preservation agency sworn to secrecy.
That would be so awesome! Unfortunately we have no proof that he didn’t see a dingo or a dog or something, just his word.
It would have been carrying a baby.
There was an episode of Expedition Unknown about this. I hope they really are out there and I hope the general public never finds out about it.
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It would be nice, but ninety years is a long time, and we are not anywhere close to finished destroying things. At this point I think even if there were a healthy population left, they would still go extinct unless people found out and pushed for serious measures to protect them.
Ha, that’s funny cos the baby died!
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Sorry dude, pics or it didn’t happen.
Trail cams. I would litter my property with trail cams.
@frauenfelder boingboing should do something on the horrible history of that expression.
Huh, interesting, I only ever knew it from Seinfeld. So, not unlike “drank the kool-aid,” it ought to be retired.
Definitely. The history of it is too awful to be used as a casual expression, which does make Buffy re-watches problematic in some episodes.
I didn’t laugh about the dingo thing until your post!
Fair enough. It’s never been funny.
It didn’t happen. There are no Tasmanian Tigers running wild in the Adelaide Hills, because they have been extinct on the mainland of Australia for thousands of years.
Nice to dream, though.
I’d be nailing up trail cameras everywhere.
The publican at the Arthur’s Pass pub in the Southern Alps of New Zealand used to make “Moa tracks” in the snow sometimes with a fake moa foot he had made which was a great laugh.
But yes, it is nice to dream.
That would be a dog sighting. A lot of people live in the Adelaide Hills, it’s not like a viable population of thylacine would go unnoticed there.