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The thylacine (pleistocene-1936)

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Quagga (1883)

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Syrian wild ass (1927)

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Javan tiger (1979)

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The thylacine, extinct since 1936, is one of the largest known carnivorous marsupials, evolving about 4 million years ago. The Thylacine was one of the only modern remains of a prehistoric animal.

I love the simple fact that photography and film allow us to look at something (a combination of certain cells) that completely don’t exist in this world anymore.

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