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Tasmanian wolf (Thylacinus cynocephalus)

Tasmanian wolf Thylacinus cynocephalus Australia Tasmania New Guinea Pleistocene Holocene Mammalia Marsupialia Dasyuromorphia

Category:Non Dinosauria
Taxonomy:Mammalia: Marsupialia: Dasyuromorphia
Age:Pleistocene - Holocene
Locality:Australia, Tasmania, New Guinea
Length:1.6 meters


This carnivorous marsupial, called "Tasmanian tiger" for its stripes on the back, or "Tasmanian wolf" for its strong resemblance with wolves, become extinct in the 20th century.

Casting materials

The model, made by fiberglass and mounting artificial eyes, are easy to assemble. Each step in the manufacturing process, from anatomical drawings to the finished 1:1 sculpture, are documented and made under strict supervision of palaeontologists.


Tasmanian wolf Thylacinus (closed mouth)
6600 EUR   (Convert)
Tasmanian wolf Thylacinus (opened mouth)
7900 EUR   (Convert)

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