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The Tasmanian colonial government introduced a reward, or bounty, for the slaughter of the Thylacine (also known as a Tasmanian tiger or a Tasmanian wolf) in 1830. Another bounty was offered in 1888, and this later bounty scheme only ended in 1909.

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