Climate Change may be responsible for the extinction of the Tasmanian Tiger in Australia

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Thousands of years ago the Tasmanian Tiger or Thylacine called Australia home and roamed freely.

However, the Tasmanian Tiger has been extinct in Australian since the last Tasmanian Tiger died in Hobart Zoo in the September of 1936.

But the cause of their extinction on the mainland of Australia and in Tasmania may not be what we once thought with new research released earlier today from the University of Adelaide.

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