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October 6th 2019
12:13:11 PM
Name:  

Wyatt Ford

Where are you from?  

Maine, United States

Which of my sites did you visit?  

All of them

Your comments:  

I am currently working on a thylacine diet project at the University of Maine, and in the future, once this is complete, I will begin research into a project to bring back the species using CRISPR and numbats. This site has provided me with very valuable information, and it has helped me tremendously

   

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September 7th 2019
11:13:18 PM
Name:  

Steven A Feinberg

Where are you from?  

California

Which of my sites did you visit?  

Thylacine Museum

Your comments:  

Dear Thylacine
Will I one day meet you
at long last
or only forever in dreams

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September 7th 2019
10:15:41 PM
Name:  

Emily Quist

Where are you from?  

NY

Which of my sites did you visit?  

Thylacine Museum

Your comments:  

83 years ago...
In your prison, pacing
Skulls in drawers, specimens in cases
Lifeless eyes in hides preserved behind glass
Belie the living creature you once were
Your kin hunted to extinction, bounty collected
Skins relegated to museums or thrown in the dirt or nailed to a shed
Regret for the damage done...
Given a reprieve months earlier that fateful year,
but too late for you...
In your prison

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September 7th 2019
03:08:00 PM
Name:  

Rupert

Where are you from?  

England

Which of my sites did you visit?  

The Thylacine Museum

Your comments:  

Today, 7th September 2019 marks the 83rd anniversary of the death of Benjamin, the last known Thylacine :(
This is my 9th entry on this anniversary, & in the past year I have travelled to Berlin to see the Zoological Gardens where they once lived & the Museum fur Naturkunde to see their stunning taxidermy mount :)

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July 25th 2019
02:09:55 PM
Name:  

Jesus Fernandez-Salguero

Where are you from?  

Madrid, Spain

Which of my sites did you visit?  

The Thylacine Museum

Your comments:  

Let me please first congratulate you for your wonderful website on the Thylacine. Thanks to efforts such as yours it is possible for uninformed people like me to become familiar with the tragedy that befell the Thylacine in the hands of the so-called civilized man of the 20th century.

I am writing to you because last Sunday I was able to see in the flesh the specimen of a young Thylacine that has been in the custody of the Spanish National Museum of Natural Sciences since 1918. The story, according to the Museum’s own website goes as follows:

\"One hundred years have passed since the Museum acquired the fantastic specimen of Thylacine that it exhibits in its rooms. It was bought in the London store of Rowland Ward Ltd., which was the most famous in Europe at that time and which was known as \"the jungle\". The invoice, dated December 28, 1917, is kept in the MNCN Archive. 618 pesetas of the time were paid for this piece (€ 3.71 at the current exchange rate).\"

Photography is free in the museum so long that one does not use flash. I am therefore sending to you by separate e-mail a number of pictures I took last Saturday in the hope that you would like them well enough as to publish them in your Thylacine website.

Keep up with the good job!

Yours,

Jesus

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April 25th 2019
09:13:51 AM
Name:  

Nick Page

Your comments:  

Bloody fantastic mate

   

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February 16th 2019
11:31:15 AM
Name:  

Melanie Chen

Where are you from?  

Perth West Australia

Which of my sites did you visit?  

Thylacine Museum

Your comments:  

Will come back and explore the rest of the museum. I found reference to the museum in Gregory Berns\' book \"What It\'s Like to be a Dog\" where he does MRI scanning of (live) dogs and thylacine brains in Chapter 9 and 10. Publisher Oneworld, 2017. Also have a thylacine as a character in my (fictional) animal blog - in order to expand the gene pool, he travelled from Tasmania through the caves under the Nullabor where mummified specimens have been found, to get to SW WA.

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November 6th 2018
11:58:07 PM
Name:  

Glenys Forrester

Where are you from?  

Coaldale, NSW

Which of my sites did you visit?  

The Thylacine Museum

Your comments:  

Not been here for quite a while, love the updated information and photos etc. This was a really unique and violated Australian marsupial.

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October 22nd 2018
01:02:42 PM
Name:  

Seth Kupperman

Where are you from?  

Long Island, USA

Which of my sites did you visit?  

thylacines

Your comments:  

Great thylacine website. But I can\'t find the thylacine specimen database anywhere online. I\'d like to see one taxidermied in person. All the museums around me are very touchy about displaying it and refuse all requests to visit to observe their off-exhibit specimens. Oh well. The thylacine lives on in my mind anyway, where it belongs. I spare a thought for it every day and while walking in the woods, although on the far side of the world from Tasmania, I imagine the dazzling rush I would enjoy should one of them step out from behind a tree when I would least expect it. I\'m 99% sure they are extinct, but should one step back into natural history from the remote Tasmanian plateau, it would be Divine Revelation for me. I don\'t believe God takes any interest in human activity and seems remote from his creation of nature on Earth, but the return of the thylacine would be proof of one of his dispensations in the form of a natural miracle. Thanks for this website to occupy us until that magical day I hope to live to see.

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September 8th 2018
12:02:59 AM
Name:  

Steve Feinberg

Where are you from?  

California

Which of my sites did you visit?  

Thylacine Museum

Your comments:  

Not a day passes for me without a thought, often more, of the thylacine. Buried in my heart and mind. And that\'s how it is...and will be.

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September 7th 2018
07:18:40 PM
Name:  

Emily Ann

Where are you from?  

Hudson, NY

Which of my sites did you visit?  

Thylacine Museum

Your comments:  

Year after year...
Our eyes are fixed on the wild places
Listening for you - but only hearing the wind -
A blurry image captured...inspiration to hang onto hope just a little longer -
To see you walk and breathe once more in your native land -
Memories weigh heavy on hearts that have lost a part of heritage, history, identity...
When we destroyed you, we lost ourselves -
Regrets, hope and remnants...
Redemption?

   

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September 7th 2018
01:02:44 PM
Name:  

Rupert

Where are you from?  

England

Which of my sites did you visit?  

The Thylacine Museum

Your comments:  

Today, 7th September 2018 marks the 82nd anniversary of the death of Benjamin, the last known Thylacine :(
This is my 8th entry on this anniversary, & in the past 2 years (since my last entry) I have revisited a few museum specimens. I have also travelled to Paris to see the 2 skulls, 1 skeleton & the splendid taxidermy mount they have on display :)

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November 13th 2017
08:23:57 PM
Name:  

Harmony Echo

Where are you from?  

Rifle, Colorado

Which of my sites did you visit?  

The Thylacine Museum

Your comments:  

It was amazing; I am doing a research project for school on cloning, and to see the efforts of people cloning the Thylacines, it helped me to understand the hard processes and struggles. Thank you so much!!!

   

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July 10th 2017
11:06:24 PM
Name:  

Kacey Barton

Where are you from?  

Planet Earth

Which of my sites did you visit?  

The Thylacine Museum

Your comments:  

A brilliant collection of information, very helpful in research. Many thanks.

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May 24th 2017
02:52:05 AM
Name:  

Rose Lewis (nee Mullins)

Where are you from?  

Melbourne, Australia

Which of my sites did you visit?  

http://www.naturalworlds.org/thylacine/captivity/Benjamin/Benjamin_1.htm

Your comments:  

Hi Cameron, I'm delighted to see that you've included my grandfather's photo of his 'Mullins group' thylacines. I've been contacted by Stephen Sleightholme and Col Bailey and hope to meet with Col soon. I wanted to thank you for the fantastic work that you've done, in creating these sites and especially, the Thylacine Museum site. You can't imagine how many people contacted me and directed me to your site so that I may read about my grandfather. My memories and interest have been resurrected and I'm so grateful that your work was here for me to read and absorb. Warmest Regards, Rose Lewis (nee Mullins).

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April 23rd 2017
10:36:55 PM
Name:  

Marty Pasten

Where are you from?  

Chicago originally

Which of my sites did you visit?  

Most

Your comments:  

Always intrigued by this beautiful animal, the Thylacine. Thanks for your hard work and dedication. Will be making a donation for the hair specimen project.

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April 23rd 2017
08:38:04 PM
Name:  

Megan

Where are you from?  

Arizona, U.S.A.

Which of my sites did you visit?  

The Thylacine Museum

Your comments:  

Very cool and very, very detailed info!

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April 8th 2017
07:21:37 PM
Name:  

Joe P.

Where are you from?  

Darwin, NT

Which of my sites did you visit?  

Scarabaeidae

Your comments:  

Beautiful, colourful and educational site. Nice personal touch. Thanks.

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April 7th 2017
10:21:47 AM
Name:  

brianna freed

Where are you from?  

indiana

Which of my sites did you visit?  

www.natualwords.org

Your comments:  

thank you for putting the site out to the open

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March 28th 2017
11:03:29 AM
Name:  

Tabitha

Where are you from?  

Illinois, USA

Which of my sites did you visit?  

The Thylacine Museum

Your comments:  

For a long time I have been searching for somewhere that contains a lot of information on the Thylacine, which is one of my most favorite creatures that exists. I plan to use one of the pages for my research paper on cloning extinct species for my college course.

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