The Thylacine: Skinned, Stuffed, Pickled and Persecuted
Henry Hunter Galleries, Level 1
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The Tasmanian tiger, or thylacine, has come to symbolise all things Tasmanian, from cricket teams to beer. But as well as being a popular symbol, the story of the thylacine is also a powerful reminder of how easily a species can be lost. This gallery tells the story of the thylacine and its interactions with society through objects from the State Collection.