A list of useful links to other websites:
Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery website: short description and habits of the species.
Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife Service website: description, habits and history of the thylacine.
Australian Museum website: description, deep history and cloning attempts.
The Thylacine Museum: comprehensive international website, including anatomical models, fossil history, moving images and a thylacine quiz.
National Museum of Australia website: thylacine material in their collections
Images of the thylacine held by the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery; includes photographs, early illustrations and contemporary art works.
ARKive: Images of Life on Earth: digital library of moving and still images of the thylacine and many other extinct and threatened species.
KSD (formerly IKDesign) website: designers of the Tasmania government logo
ABC Science Online: report on rock engravings of thylacines on the Burrup peninsula in Western Australia
Zoological Society of London - Gallery of extinct species
Carol Freeman. 'In every respect new': European impressions of the thylacine, 1808-1855. reCollections: Journal of the National Museum of Australia vol. 2 no 1.
Museum Victoria website: cloning facts and ‘fantasies’.
Australian Government Biotechnology Online: on resurrecting extinct species, includes links.
Audubon magazine article (2002) on efforts to clone the Tasmanian tiger.
ABC Science Show: transcript of Robyn Williams interviewing Prof Mike Archer and Prof Alan Cooper in 2001 about cloning the thylacine.
Department of Education, Tasmania Webpage on using the case of the thylacine in educational activities, includes links.