Eight reported sightings of a creature believed to be extinct are forcing experts to wonder whether it could still be alive.
The Tasmanian tiger, a large striped marsupial carnivore with almost Loch Ness Monster status Down Under, was thought to have died out in 1936, when the last one known died in captivity.
But newly released Australian government documents show sightings have been reported as recently as two months ago.
The species, officially called a thylacine, resembled a cross between a large cat, a fox and a wolf. It had yellowish brown fur, powerful jaws and a pouch for its young like a kangaroo.
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