The Tasmanian Tiger is related to the Tasmanian Devil. It had Kangaroo like features, too.
Not a very healthy one. The Tasmanian tiger, or thylacine, has been extinct since 1936.
The Tasmanian tiger's correct name was Thylacine. The Thylacine was a marsupial of the order dasyuromorphidae. Its species name was Thylacinus cynocephalus.
It was once, but is now extinct. The Tasmanian tiger's correct name was Thylacine. The Thylacine was a marsupial of the order dasyuromorphidae. Its species name was Thylacinus cynocephalus.
The proper name for the Tasmanian Tiger is the Thylacine. It is also sometimes referred to as the Tasmanian Wolf.
If the two species occupies the same continent, which they do not, then a tiger could very easily eat a Tasmanian devil. Currently, there are no opportunities for tigers to consume Tasmanian devils.
At the time when the Tasmanian Tiger was not extinct, it had no natural predators. It was only when Europeans settled in Tasmania that the species was wiped out. Man became its biggest predator, and judging by the fact that Tasmanian Tigers are now extinct, it could safely be said that the Tasmanian Tiger did not escape from its predators.
There is no species called a Tasmanian dog. There is the Tasmanian devil, which is a marsupial about the size of a dog, with very strong jaws. There is also the Thylacine, another carnivorous marsupial which is variously known as the Tasmanian tiger or the Tasmanian wolf, although it is neither tiger nor wolf, and not related to either.
The habitat of the Tasmanian tiger is Australia
The Thylacine, also referred to as the Tasmanian tiger, was the Tasmanian devil's main competitor for food, but when it became extinct, it made little difference to the Tasmanian devil, as they had different feeding patterns. However, Tasmanian kangaroos, wallabies and pademelons certainly did increase in number.
dinasaur,mammoth,Sabre-toothed tiger, Tasmanian wolf, dodo.
The thylacine, or Tasmanian tiger, was not actually a tiger at all. Tasmanian tigers were actually large marsupial carnivores that used to live in Australia, Tasmania, and New Guinea. They are believed to be extinct since the early 1900's.
yes the tasmanian tiger is warm blooded
The Tasmanian tiger (Thylacinus cynocephalus) is extinct.