Those animals that are no longer found in the wild are considered extinct. One of these living creatures was the marsupial wolf. The latter representatives belonged to the Tasmanian marsupial wolf or thylacin species. In the 17th century, these animals were already few on the continent. In the 19th century, it was massacred by sheep farmers. Marsupial wolves were considered incredibly bloodthirsty and dangerous predators, they ruined entire poultry houses, stole game that fell into traps. An additional blow to the thylacin population was the canine plague, which was introduced into Tasmania with European dogs. The last wolf died in 1936 at the zoo.
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