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Tasmanian tiger driven to extinction by humans,...
The Tasmanian government put bounties on the animals because they were thought to be eating farmers' livestock. The last member of the species died in a zoo in 1936.
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Tasmanian tiger driven to extinction by humans, not disease
The Tasmanian government put bounties on the animals because they were thought to be eating farmers' livestock. The last member of the species died in a zoo in 1936.
Date: 2/1/13
Views: 18183
Video by:  MSN News/Newsy
 
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