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There is however scope for a more nuanced consideration of their occupation and abandonment, in the light of more recent research which this paper will attempt.
In general, archaeologists have not considered in this framework the latest phase of Aboriginal occupation in the Bass Strait Islands; there has been an ongoing Aboriginal population since the early 19th century, continuing many of the traditions of Tasmanian Aboriginal society.
: The Thylacine was the largest known carnivorous marsupial of modern times.
It's believed the last known Tasmania Tiger died in captivity after being left out in the cold.
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Crown Prince Frederik also opted for a casual outfit for the short-distance flight.
One of the largest known carnivorous marsupials in modern times, the Thylacine, which is greek for 'dog-headed pouched one' is more commonly referred to as the Tasmania Tiger, because of its stripped back.
The animal, which was native to continental Australia, Tasmania and New Guinea, is thought to have become extinct in the 20th century, although sightings are still being reported, yet none have been proven. : The Thylacine, called the Tasmanian Tiger or Tasmanian Wolf, was a large marsupial that is now almost certainly extinct.
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Bass Strait divides mainland Australia from Tasmania (Fig. During much of the Pleistocene, lowered sea levels meant there was a land bridge joining these land masses.