Thursday, 31 May 2012
Bill and I take a leisurely drive to Devils Gullet in the Great Western Tiers and get into an in depth conversation about the thylacine and its camouflage pattern and coloration. Also we debate the idea of color morphology in the species.
Wednesday, 30 May 2012
Wild Bill and I develop an idea to test the camo of a Thylacine and therefore the credibility of some of the sightings of the species that occur.
Great film we are very happy with this one.
Friday, 25 May 2012
This is an interesting sighting from a region that historically gets a number of sightings. I wouldn't normally suspect thylacine which was supposedly a very allusive animal to be present in suburbia but the area does have some cover, the beach and a near by reserve, so cant be ruled out. There is also rumours and reports of Tasmanian Thylacine's been introduced into southern Victoria around the turn of the 20th century by a Thylacine Preservation Society. Numerous sightings also come from Lock Sport and other regions of southern Victoria as well as the sighting from Maribyrnong that was also made to the T.R.U.
Only time and investigation will tell!