The marsupial Tasmanian Tiger, or Thylacine, an apex predator, was the crown jewel in the island state’s once pristine ecosystem. Sadly, its alleged appetite for livestock led to years of hunting which all but eliminated the species from the environment. Indeed, the death in captivity of ‘Benjamin’ in 1932 marked its tragic extinction a few years later. Or did it?
Join us on an intriguing journey to examine numerous credible sightings over the intervening years, and explore some of the remote areas of Tasmania in search of the creature. The events leading to its tragic demise hold vital lessons for us today!