Bundrin

The last known Thylacine or “Tasmanian Tiger” to be killed in the wild was in 1930. The last known Thylacine in captive was “Benjamin”. He or she was kept in the “Hobart Zoo” from 1933, for three years.

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    Controversy exists as to this specimen’s gender, and whether or not the moniker “Benjamin” was ever used to refer to it...
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    my favorite animal
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