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Tasmanian Tiger or Thylacine107676Information regarding the demise of the Tasmanian Tiger.9/10/2018 12:39:27 AMon them and 2063 claims for bounty were made which led to the thylacines rapid extinction trapped for zoos and these are now a source of records on thylacine biology in captivity htmlFalseaspx
Tasmanian Tiger108116The thylacine, or Tasmanian tiger, is one of the most fabled animals in the world. Yet, despite its fame, it is one of the least understood of Tasmania's native animals.17/11/2021 11:32:29 PMFull details of the demise of the thylacine can be found at our threatened species site marked the start of a tragic period of conflict that led to the thylacine's extinction htmlFalseaspx
Common Wombat106263The common wombat, also known as the bare-nosed wombat, is the largest burrowing herbivorous mammal. Indeed, it is such an accomplished burrower that early settlers called it a 'badger'.14/10/2021 2:32:24 AMDepartment of Natural Resources and Environment Tasmania search Search Submit Menu are Tasmanian devils and eagles, while no doubt the thylacine once preyed upon them htmlFalseaspx
Carnivorous Marsupials and Bandicoots107417Order Polyprotodonta - Includes the Tasmanian devil, quolls, antechinus, Tasmanian tiger and two species of bandicoot.5/09/2021 11:25:45 PMDepartment of Natural Resources and Environment Tasmania search Search Submit Menu devils, antechinuses) and Thylacinidae (thylacine) families, and the bandicoots belong to htmlFalseaspx
Mammals of Tasmania107415Choose the species or mammal group you wish to see from this full species list.5/03/2019 1:36:30 AMDepartment of Natural Resources and Environment Tasmania search Search Submit Menu Family Thylacinidae (Thylacine) Thylacine (Tasmanian tiger) Thylacinus cynocephalus htmlFalseaspx
Threatened Species Status - What These Terms Mean107458Threatened species may be placed in one of five categories which indicate their level of extinction risk.15/11/2016 4:02:32 AMAt the State level, threatened species may A well known Tasmanian example is the thylacine However none of the thylacine sightings has been confirmed, so it is presumed extinct and htmlFalseaspx
Caves and karst 106776Fire and its potential impacts on caves and karst11/03/2019 11:44:51 PMDepartment of Natural Resources and Environment Tasmania search Search Submit Menu Topics in this fossil bones of extinct species including thylacine and giant marsupials htmlFalseaspx
Wildlife Rehabilitation Sector Strategy1091410A page with specific information about the Wildlife Rehabilitation Sector Strategy, including opportunities for consultation.5/01/2022 5:52:13 AMDepartment of Natural Resources and Environment Tasmania search Search Submit Menu Animal Management Tering Davies, lutruwita Thylacine Wildlife Hospital Honey McClay htmlFalseaspx
Tasmanian Devils FAQs 107781The Tasmanian devil is the world’s largest surviving carnivorous marsupial. Find out more about the Tasmanian devil.11/11/2019 4:22:33 AMDepartment of Natural Resources and Environment Tasmania search Search Submit Menu Topics in this Section What do Tasmanian devils look like The fur is mostly or wholly htmlFalseaspx
Threatened Species List - Vertebrate Animals107456Tasmanian vertebrate animal species listed as threatened.24/12/2021 12:09:33 AMDepartment of Natural Resources and Environment Tasmania search Search Submit Menu Topics in this Thylacinus cynocephalus Further Information Thylacine MAMMALS x EX htmlFalseaspx
Tasmanian Devil Facts for Kids107775Facts about Tassie devils, written for kids. Information about Tasmanian devils eating habits, life cycle and other interesting details.11/12/2019 11:51:39 PMDepartment of Natural Resources and Environment Tasmania search Search Submit Menu Topics in this Section Wild Tasmanian devils can only be found in Tasmania (Australia htmlFalseaspx
RTI Decisions 2019/202089209817/02/2021 12:49:35 AMDepartment of Natural Resources and Environment Tasmania search Search Submit Menu Member of Public ​RTI 025 2019-20​ ​Thylacine Repor​ts htmlFalseaspx
Carnivorous Marsupials108117There are over 40 species of carnivorous marsupials - six are found in Tasmania.4/12/2017 3:46:43 AMDepartment of Natural Resources and Environment Tasmania search Search Submit Menu The closely-related Tasmanian tiger (or thylacine), also a carnivorous marsupial, is htmlFalseaspx
Tasmanian Native Hen108232The Tasmanian native hen (Gallinula mortierii) is a distant relative of the domestic hen.12/11/2019 3:16:22 AMDepartment of Natural Resources and Environment Tasmania search Search Submit Menu Like the thylacine and Tasmanian devil, native hens became extinct on the mainland htmlFalseaspx
Rufous-bellied Pademelon108330The rufous-bellied pademelon is a stocky animal with a relatively short tail and legs to aid its movement through dense vegetation.5/11/2018 3:07:55 AMDepartment of Natural Resources and Environment Tasmania search Search Submit Menu Pademelons were undoubtedly important in the thylacine (Tasmanian tiger) diet and are now htmlFalseaspx
southern right whale timeline 20161974822/03/2016 5:05:37 AMSouthern Right Whale Timeline Timeline originally created for the 2011-2012 Princess is it that Tasmanians mourn the Thylacine and almost forget their largest native animal 16https://nre.tas.gov.au/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdf
Coordinating Body Meeting 3 Communique - 27 October 20211739514/11/2021 5:41:43 AMThird Coordinating Body Meeting, Hobart, 27 October 2021 The Coordinating Body met on Wednesday 27 October to discuss WLF’s Tering Davies Thylacine lutruwita Wildlife Hospital https://nre.tas.gov.au/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdf
WHA Vertebrates2116918/02/2018 11:52:08 PMFebruary 2018 List of native, extant and regularly occurring vertebrates recorded from the WHA Legend: Endemic: e – endemic species; es – endemic sub-species; Listing on the 22https://nre.tas.gov.au/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdf
Coordinating Body Meeting 2 Communique - 22 September 2021153748/10/2021 3:23:42 AMSecond Coordinating Body Meeting, Hobart, 22 September 2021 The Coordinating Body held its second meeting on Wednesday 22 Tering Davies lutruwita Thylacine Wildlife Hospital https://nre.tas.gov.au/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdf
Workshop 2 - Volunteer Support and Culture147234/10/2021 5:49:36 AMWorkshop Topic: Volunteer Support and Culture Wildlife Rehabilitation Sector Strategy Workshop 2: Volunteer Support and Culture Workshop Details Date: Monday 16 August 2021 Time https://nre.tas.gov.au/Documents/Forms/AllItems.aspxpdfFalsepdf