Thylacine for Piccabeen Bay?

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Thylacine for Piccabeen Bay?

Postby Seiska » December 14th, 2017, 7:24 am

I know that it is an extinct species, but it is a VERY recently extinct animal. They've been extinct from the mainland of Australia and New Guinea for about 2,000 years, but held on in Tasmania until the 1930's. The last captive died in 1936.


Since the EHR is inspired by locations, and the thylacine seemed to favor the more tropical environment, theHunter could bring back life to this marsupial on its newest reserve?
I highly doubt that it would ever be seriously considered, and there is a whole question of ethically hunting an animal that is indeed, extinct. But it be could interesting! An interesting topic of discussion at the very least. :P
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Re: Thylacine for Piccabean Bay?

Postby BucksNBuffalo » December 14th, 2017, 7:28 am

You might of had a better shot at this when it comes to Primal, but I wouldn’t expect to see this in the main game. TheHunter deals with real life and current animals to hunt, not animals that are no longer with us. Just speaking the truth.
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Re: Thylacine for Piccabean Bay?

Postby caledonianblues » December 14th, 2017, 7:29 am

Perfect match for the 7mm Raptor. We could hunt it down Willem Dafoe style!

You're right, I can't imagine this being added. Interesting species though, nonetheless.
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Re: Thylacine for Piccabean Bay?

Postby RabbitEast » December 14th, 2017, 7:46 am

Interesting.. I remember i saw it on the animal documentary show on this Thylacine couple months back where it is supposed to be an extinct animal, however the trackers found evidence of their footprints in Australia and they are so excited about it. It seems they are still ongoing on the search for this extinct animal since evidence of their footprints re-surfaced. It is really an extraordinary find if the so-called extinct Thylacine still lives. I would love to see one of them too!
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Re: Thylacine for Piccabean Bay?

Postby TheSheWolf » December 14th, 2017, 7:56 am

It'd be cool to find some tracks, now and again, Bigfoot-style!
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Re: Thylacine for Piccabeen Bay?

Postby MooseHunter330 » December 15th, 2017, 6:44 pm

Ain't that the Tasmanian Tiger thing? Like from the movie the hunter?
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Postby BCKidd » December 16th, 2017, 1:58 am

MooseHunter330 wrote:Ain't that the Tasmanian Tiger thing? Like from the movie the hunter?

That is exactly what that is, the Tasmanian Tiger. That still picture is taken from a film that was made back in the 30's I think. I've seen the film, those friggin' things can open their mouths incredibly far, almost as tho' they disconnect their jaws some how. It was a very interesting vid. A youtube search might work. I've also heard about what RabbitEast says, that they may not be extinct after all. ;) Peace.


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Re: Thylacine for Piccabeen Bay?

Postby james990 » December 16th, 2017, 9:48 am

It has made the news a few times down here. A few months back they supposedly got one on a trail camera but it was to blurry to tell. Then this week there was one about scientist genetically bringing them back from a lab. Plenty of youtube videos as well if you want to do your own research. Some people swear there life savings on what they have seen.
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