S2 E2: Thylacine
This time, on Counting Cryptids:
We discuss the reintroduction of extinct species, strangers marital problems, and what is arguably the most bad ass looking creatures to have gone extinct in the last century, the thylacine. The thylacine, better known as the Tasmanian Tiger, was officially declared extinct in 1936 when the last known specimen (who's name was probably not Benjamin) died in captivity at the Hobart zoo. Over the last 83 years, hundreds, if not thousands, of individuals have reportedly witnessed this romanticized marsupial, yet no irrefutable evidence has been presented to the masses. Could it be as simple as an obscured fox, a mangy Kangaroo, or an overly large quoll? We're not so sure.. So join us, Cryptid Counters, as we slur our way though another episode of the infamous internet program, Counting Cryptids.
AKA The big D?
- Main Image,
- Kangaroo Overpopulation,
- Dusty Kangaroo (Kangaroo Balls),
- Last Thylacine (aka maybe Benjamin),
- Jaw Photo (threat yawn?),
- Thylacine "Eating" Chicken Photo,
- Another photo from "Thylacine "Eating" Chicken" set I found after recording (maybe it wasn't faked?),
- New Yorker Story,
- Thylacine Research Unit,
- Compelling Video,
- Compelling Photo,
- Fox With Stiff Tail,
- Probably a Mangy Kangaroo (may account for other sightings),
- Video from Connor's Second Story,
- Clip From the Joe Rogan Experience #1240 w/Forrest Galante,
- Full Podcast Joe Rogan Experience #1240 w/Forrest Galante,
- Singing Dog 1,
- Singing Dog 2,
- Facebook Group,
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