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Tasmanian Tiger (ULTRA RARE OLD FOOTAGE - no animal sound)

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Uploaded on Feb 12, 2009

Thylacine is commonly known as the Tasmanian Tiger, was the largest known carnivorous MARSUPIAL of modern times, become extinct in the 20th century (7 September 1936), and has some really impressive features such as 46 teeth and a jaws able to open at an unusual 120 degrees.

An amazing... but extinct animal!

This video was shot in 1933 by the naturalist David Fleay.

NOTE, TO PEOPLE WHO INSIST IN HAVING RACIAL ARGUMENTATIONS:
The conquests/damage (good/bad things) that each race/civilisation(group of people) is responsible for, is proportional to their power. Which means, when whites colonized the world they were the most powerful race so the good things/damage caused to the world is proportional to that huge power. Another example is the Maoris, which were the race that ruled New Zealand from 14th century until white men arrival, they were responsible for 32 species extinctions.
On the other end, in Africa still exist lions, elephants, etc. (megafauna), not because indigenous people had nature conservation awareness, but because those people were incapable of developing technologies efficient enough to give them advantage over that animals (harsh climate, lack of natural resources, etc may contribute to this inability to build complex technologies), unlike the other races that are responsible for extinctions due to over-hunting (direct), or responsible for extinctions caused by pollution from their activities (indirect).
This means that given the chance of superiority any human race will behave the same way, which is get the most/best to themselves (possibly causing problems to other live beings).

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