On the hunt for tigers

On 7 September 1936 the last known thylacine, ‘Benjamin’, died from exposure in a zoo in Hobart, Tasmania. The last of his kind in captivity, & likely one of the last of his kind full stop. But being officially declared in 1986 has not stopped reported sightings and encounters of Tasmanian Tigers both in Tasmania and on the Australian mainland, from suburban Victoria to Qld’s remote Cape York. Come with us as we discuss the very real possibility of living Thylacines with expert Neil Waters from Thylacine Awareness Group of Australia (TAGOA). Could 2021 be the year proof is finally recovered?