scientist say that Tasmanian Tigers have lived on earth around 12-30 million years before they became extinxt
Scientific and fossil evidence indicates the Tasmanian tiger, or Thylacine, was a solitary animal that travelled alone - and always on all fours. Though it had long hind legs, they were not built for jumping, like a kangaroo, but for walking and running.
Tasmanian tigers, more properly known as Thylacines, are believed to be extinct. Prior to its extinction, the Thylacine had a gestation period of one month, and the young spent another 3-4 months continuing their development in the pouch.They then stayed near the mother for a couple more months, learning how to hunt.
The average length of an adult Tasmanian devil, including its tail, is 80-90cm long.
The average length of a Tasmanian devil's tail is 24-26 cm long.
The Tasmanian forester kangaroo is not extinct.
Newborn Tasmanian devils are less than 2cm in length.
The Tasmanian tiger, more correctly known as the Thylacine, was known up until 1936. This is when the last known Thylacine died in captivity. There have been no confirmed sightings since then. It was one of the biggest carnivorous marsupials, and native to Australia and New Guinea.
Tasmanian devils can live up to eight years in captivity.
The gestation period of a Tasmanian devil is between 18 and 21 days.