Tasmanian Tiger Photographed?

An Australian man suspects that he may have encountered and photographed  the infamous Tasmanian Tiger. Known scientifically as a thylacine, the  canine-like creature was declared extinct decades ago, but, like a  ghost, has lingered in the minds of many Australians who believe that  the animal may not have actually died out and could still exist to this  day. Although such a hypothesis has largely been dismissed by scientists, photos and videos of potential Tasmanian Tiger sightings have kept the theory alive for all these years.

The latest piece of evidence to emerge comes courtesy of a man named Peter Groves, who was reportedly walking along a trail in the coastal town of Clifton Springs when he  noticed an odd animal off in the distance. According to him, the  creature did not appear to be perturbed by his presence and the two  watched each other for about five minutes before the animal exited the  area. Fortunately, Groves had the wherewithal to pull out his cell phone  and take a picture of the mysterious beast.

More on this intriguing story at the Coast to Coast AM website.

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