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Tasmanian Tiger Extinct Animal Poster

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A poster showing information about the extinct Tasmanian tiger.

Print this Tasmanian Tiger Poster out and display it in your classroom when studying endangered and extinct animals.

Information includes:

Where: In all habitats around Tasmania.
How many: The last known Tasmanian Tiger died in 1936.
Why: Early settlers and sheep farmers considered the Tasmanian tiger to be a
pest because it was thought to attack the farmer’s sheep. The Tasmanian government
paid a bounty of £1 for each Tasmanian tiger.

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