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Drought not dingos behind mainland Australia tiger extinction: study

The mystery loss of Tasmanian tigers from mainland Australia was likely caused by climate change and not wild dogs or hunting by Aborigines, scientists said Thursday. The enigmatic animal — also known as the thylacine — was once widespread across the vast country, but was wiped out on the mainland around 3,000 years ago. They survived…



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