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Old 28 March 2017, 02:26 PM
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I do hope it's true. And it does seem worth properly looking into.

Plus which, there's this (from the article):

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Abell said even if a thylacine was not detected, the survey would inform the centre’s understanding of the status of rare and endangered mammal species on the peninsula.

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“It is a low possibility that we’ll find thylacines, but we’ll certainly get lots of data on the predators in the area and that will help our studies in general.”
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