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tasmanian tiger: That鈥檚 the Tasmanian tiger btw
tasmanian tiger: That鈥檚 the Tasmanian tiger btw

That鈥檚 the Tasmanian tiger btw

tasmanian tiger: The Thylacine, or Tasmanian Tiger, was the largest carnivorous marsupial until it's extinction in 1936. Can you believe these guys had pouches?
tasmanian tiger: The Thylacine, or Tasmanian Tiger, was the largest carnivorous marsupial until it's extinction in 1936. Can you believe these guys had pouches?

The Thylacine, or Tasmanian Tiger, was the largest carnivorous marsupial until it's extinction in 1936. Can you believe these guys had po...

tasmanian tiger: Tasmanian Tiger (1911) - Now Extinct
tasmanian tiger: Tasmanian Tiger (1911) - Now Extinct

Tasmanian Tiger (1911) - Now Extinct

tasmanian tiger: Everyone he yawns, he reminds me of a Tasmanian tiger
tasmanian tiger: Everyone he yawns, he reminds me of a Tasmanian tiger

Everyone he yawns, he reminds me of a Tasmanian tiger

tasmanian tiger: A yawn that brought back the Tasmanian Tiger!
tasmanian tiger: A yawn that brought back the Tasmanian Tiger!

A yawn that brought back the Tasmanian Tiger!

tasmanian tiger: Thanks, I Hate the Tasmanian Tiger
tasmanian tiger: Thanks, I Hate the Tasmanian Tiger

Thanks, I Hate the Tasmanian Tiger

tasmanian tiger: Tasmanian tiger unsure about humans floatation device
tasmanian tiger: Tasmanian tiger unsure about humans floatation device

Tasmanian tiger unsure about humans floatation device

tasmanian tiger: In Super Mario Bros. (1993), a Dinohattan sex worker can be seen propositioning a man in a Taz the Tasmanian Tiger jacket
tasmanian tiger: In Super Mario Bros. (1993), a Dinohattan sex worker can be seen propositioning a man in a Taz the Tasmanian Tiger jacket

In Super Mario Bros. (1993), a Dinohattan sex worker can be seen propositioning a man in a Taz the Tasmanian Tiger jacket

tasmanian tiger: The last known Tasmanian Tiger (now extinct) photographed in 1933
tasmanian tiger: The last known Tasmanian Tiger (now extinct) photographed in 1933

The last known Tasmanian Tiger (now extinct) photographed in 1933

tasmanian tiger: Meet Tiger, the dog version of the Tasmanian Tiger
tasmanian tiger: Meet Tiger, the dog version of the Tasmanian Tiger

Meet Tiger, the dog version of the Tasmanian Tiger

tasmanian tiger: fb.comScienceNaturePage Tasmanian Tiger (Thylacine) Extinct 1936 via @an0n_ch3f_ch3v0 銉汇兓銉 馃様 This video clip shows a small glimpse into some of the lord knows how many other species on our Earth, that were rendered extinct in the 20th century. Worse over, populations of other...already endangered animals on Earth today, such as big cats, gorillas and to many to list, are rapidly declining! Declining populations is and always will be due to one thing, LOSS OF HABITAT! Our inability to develop a natural equilibrium with our surrounding environment is what causes ALL of this. We humans are the dominant species of the planet; there's obviously no doubt about it. But what does it truly mean to be the dominant species of the planet if we destroy everything around us, including our one and only home?!? Like Elon Musk said "who wants to be the last man on a sinking ship?" And it's true! Who does?!? My definition of "dominant species" is to lead from the front, lead by example, protect our home and everything beautiful on it because we can! We are the dominant species and as such one can argue that we are obligated to protect this planet and everything on it! That's dominance! Protecting what is precious! Protecting what is natural! Protecting our humanity without expecting anything in return except what was already here. Sometimes we must build to destroy, but there will be nothing left to build on if we destroy everything. 鈽濃潳 .- tasmanian tiger 1936 laysan crake 1944 kauaioo 1985 golden toad 1989 baiji dolphine 2006 savetheplanet indangered species sos help an0n_ch3f_ch3v0 anonnova consciousbeardman anonymous4peace truth knowledge wisdom wakeup sleeping
tasmanian tiger: fb.comScienceNaturePage
 Tasmanian Tiger (Thylacine) Extinct 1936
via @an0n_ch3f_ch3v0 銉汇兓銉 馃様 This video clip shows a small glimpse into some of the lord knows how many other species on our Earth, that were rendered extinct in the 20th century. Worse over, populations of other...already endangered animals on Earth today, such as big cats, gorillas and to many to list, are rapidly declining! Declining populations is and always will be due to one thing, LOSS OF HABITAT! Our inability to develop a natural equilibrium with our surrounding environment is what causes ALL of this. We humans are the dominant species of the planet; there's obviously no doubt about it. But what does it truly mean to be the dominant species of the planet if we destroy everything around us, including our one and only home?!? Like Elon Musk said "who wants to be the last man on a sinking ship?" And it's true! Who does?!? My definition of "dominant species" is to lead from the front, lead by example, protect our home and everything beautiful on it because we can! We are the dominant species and as such one can argue that we are obligated to protect this planet and everything on it! That's dominance! Protecting what is precious! Protecting what is natural! Protecting our humanity without expecting anything in return except what was already here. Sometimes we must build to destroy, but there will be nothing left to build on if we destroy everything. 鈽濃潳 .- tasmanian tiger 1936 laysan crake 1944 kauaioo 1985 golden toad 1989 baiji dolphine 2006 savetheplanet indangered species sos help an0n_ch3f_ch3v0 anonnova consciousbeardman anonymous4peace truth knowledge wisdom wakeup sleeping

via @an0n_ch3f_ch3v0 銉汇兓銉 馃様 This video clip shows a small glimpse into some of the lord knows how many other species on our Earth, that we...

tasmanian tiger: Ab.com/ScienceNaturePage Tasmanian Tiger (Thylacine) Extinct 1936 馃様 This video clip shows a small glimpse into some of the lord knows how many other species on our Earth, that were rendered extinct in the 20th century. Worse over, populations of other...already endangered animals on Earth today, such as big cats, gorillas and to many to list, are rapidly declining! Declining populations is and always will be due to one thing, LOSS OF HABITAT! Our inability to develop a natural equilibrium with our surrounding environment is what causes ALL of this. We humans are the dominant species of the planet; there's obviously no doubt about it. But what does it truly mean to be the dominant species of the planet if we destroy everything around us, including our one and only home?!? Like Elon Musk said "who wants to be the last man on a sinking ship?" And it's true! Who does?!? My definition of "dominant species" is to lead from the front, lead by example, protect our home and everything beautiful on it because we can! We are the dominant species and as such one can argue that we are obligated to protect this planet and everything on it! That's dominance! Protecting what is precious! Protecting what is natural! Protecting our humanity without expecting anything in return except what was already here. Sometimes to build we must destroy, but there will be nothing left to build on if we destroy everything. 鈽濃潳 .- tasmanian tiger 1936 laysan crake 1944 kauaioo 1985 golden toad 1989 baiji dolphine 2006 savetheplanet indangered species sos help an0n_ch3f_ch3v0 anonnova consciousbeardman anonymous4peace truth knowledge wisdom wakeup sleeping people anonymous
tasmanian tiger: Ab.com/ScienceNaturePage
 Tasmanian Tiger (Thylacine) Extinct 1936
馃様 This video clip shows a small glimpse into some of the lord knows how many other species on our Earth, that were rendered extinct in the 20th century. Worse over, populations of other...already endangered animals on Earth today, such as big cats, gorillas and to many to list, are rapidly declining! Declining populations is and always will be due to one thing, LOSS OF HABITAT! Our inability to develop a natural equilibrium with our surrounding environment is what causes ALL of this. We humans are the dominant species of the planet; there's obviously no doubt about it. But what does it truly mean to be the dominant species of the planet if we destroy everything around us, including our one and only home?!? Like Elon Musk said "who wants to be the last man on a sinking ship?" And it's true! Who does?!? My definition of "dominant species" is to lead from the front, lead by example, protect our home and everything beautiful on it because we can! We are the dominant species and as such one can argue that we are obligated to protect this planet and everything on it! That's dominance! Protecting what is precious! Protecting what is natural! Protecting our humanity without expecting anything in return except what was already here. Sometimes to build we must destroy, but there will be nothing left to build on if we destroy everything. 鈽濃潳 .- tasmanian tiger 1936 laysan crake 1944 kauaioo 1985 golden toad 1989 baiji dolphine 2006 savetheplanet indangered species sos help an0n_ch3f_ch3v0 anonnova consciousbeardman anonymous4peace truth knowledge wisdom wakeup sleeping people anonymous

馃様 This video clip shows a small glimpse into some of the lord knows how many other species on our Earth, that were rendered extinct in th...

tasmanian tiger: ibo nela Last photograph of a tasmanian tiger in 1933. The species is now extinct
tasmanian tiger: ibo
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Last photograph of a tasmanian tiger in 1933. The species is now extinct

Last photograph of a tasmanian tiger in 1933. The species is now extinct