|In the US National Zoo 1906 www.wikipedia.org - click to enlarge|
Competent hunters they roamed the sparsely populated back country, their common names were Tasmanian Wolf, or Tasmanian Tiger.
It was odd, even for a marsupial, in that both sexes had pouches, the male pouches acted as a cover for the reproductive organs while running through the brush, the female pouch was used like a kangaroo does.
You never know what's out there.
|A Thylacine family, Baumanns Zoo, Hobart, Australia 1910 www.wikipedia.org|