Tasmanian tiger pictures - animals fact you guys should look up this amazing creature, sad it extinct :/ WTF FUN FACTS HOME / SEE ANIMALS FACTS ARE COMING HERE also: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thylacine

Tasmanian tiger pictures - animals fact you guys should look up this amazing creature, sad it extinct :/ WTF FUN FACTS HOME / SEE ANIMALS FACTS ARE COMING HERE also: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thylacine

Extinct! Commonly known as the Tasmanian Tiger, the Thylacine was the largest known carnivorous marsupial of modern times. Virtually wiped out in the wild due to constant hunting (they were thought to be a threat to sheep and other small farm animals) and the encroachment of humans on their already limited habitat the Thylacine was finally recognized as being in danger of becoming extinct in 1936, too little, too late as that same year the last Thylacine, named Benjamin, died on 7 September…

Extinct! Commonly known as the Tasmanian Tiger, the Thylacine was the largest known carnivorous marsupial of modern times. Virtually wiped out in the wild due to constant hunting (they were thought to be a threat to sheep and other small farm animals) and the encroachment of humans on their already limited habitat the Thylacine was finally recognized as being in danger of becoming extinct in 1936, too little, too late as that same year the last Thylacine, named Benjamin, died on 7 September…

1938 Australia One Pound Banknote Pick Number 26a King George VI Very Good to Fine Currency

1938 Australia One Pound Banknote Pick Number 26a King George VI Very Good to Fine Currency

1938 Australia One Pound Banknote Pick Number King George VI Very Good to Fine Currency

Melbourne’s first cable tram service; between Bridge Road, Richmond, and Spencer Street via Flinders Street, 11 November 1885. Melbourne, Australia

Melbourne’s first cable tram service; between Bridge Road, Richmond, and Spencer Street via Flinders Street, 11 November 1885. Melbourne, Australia

Ploughing George Street towards Roma Street, 1890s: Chamberlain and Wyllie tendered to put down wooden blocking for the length of Queen Street and George Street from Queen to Roma Streets. The contract was too big for them and George Charles Willcocks took over. Two plough teams were used each operating 12 powerful horses. Four drivers were required and three men to hold and guide the plough

Never before seen photographs of 'Lost Brisbane' over past 150 years

Ploughing George Street towards Roma Street, 1890s: Chamberlain and Wyllie tendered to put down wooden blocking for the length of Queen Street and George Street from Queen to Roma Streets. The contract was too big for them and George Charles Willcocks took over. Two plough teams were used each operating 12 powerful horses. Four drivers were required and three men to hold and guide the plough

Hauling cars up to Edward's Hut, Barrington Tops, February 1924, photographed by Bernards, Newcastle. The first successful attempt to reach the top by car. Find more detailed information about this image: http://acms.sl.nsw.gov.au/item/itemDetailPaged.aspx?itemID=391947 From the collection of the State Library of New South Wales: www.sl.nsw.gov.au

Hauling cars up to Edward's Hut, Barrington Tops, February 1924, photographed by Bernards, Newcastle. The first successful attempt to reach the top by car. Find more detailed information about this image: http://acms.sl.nsw.gov.au/item/itemDetailPaged.aspx?itemID=391947 From the collection of the State Library of New South Wales: www.sl.nsw.gov.au

Check out these old back-and-white photos of Australia during the 1870 gold rush. These mostly show the town’s inhabitants standing proudly in the dusty to

Remarkable photos of 1872 gold boom in Australia

Check out these old back-and-white photos of Australia during the 1870 gold rush. These mostly show the town’s inhabitants standing proudly in the dusty to

The Tasmanian Tiger was neither a feline nor a canine. Both genders had the marsupial pouch and the female carried an average of 3 joeys per litter. The coming of Europeans sealed its fate as they were labeled as livestock predators, and bounties were put in place. The last known Tiger to be killed in the wild was gunned down in 1930. A few remained in zoos with the last dieing in captivity in 1936. Fifty years passed without one being discovered so it was listed as officially extinct in…

The Tasmanian Tiger was neither a feline nor a canine. Both genders had the marsupial pouch and the female carried an average of 3 joeys per litter. The coming of Europeans sealed its fate as they were labeled as livestock predators, and bounties were put in place. The last known Tiger to be killed in the wild was gunned down in 1930. A few remained in zoos with the last dieing in captivity in 1936. Fifty years passed without one being discovered so it was listed as officially extinct in…

Victorian mounted police officer circa 1880s. Wearing an officer's Keppi cap and silver bullion QVC badge.

Victorian mounted police officer circa 1880s. Wearing an officer's Keppi cap and silver bullion QVC badge.

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