Magazine Articles on the Thylacine (Thylacinus cynocephalus)

 

1946

Fleay, David. (1946b). Tasmanian Tiger Hunt. Wild Life 1946(June): 186-193.

 Wildlife, July 1946, Vol. 8, (7), p.247.

1963

Anonymous. (1963). Animal in Danger. Animals 2(2): pagination?. [J. H. Calaby: "Photograph inside front cover and note on Thylacinus"]

Fleay, David. (1963). Strange Animals of Australia. National Geographic 124(3): 388-411. [September issue]

Gill, Edmund D. (1963). The Australian Aborigines and the Giant Extinct Marsupials. Australian Natural History 14(8): 263-266.

1966

Anonymous. (1966). Rare tiger trace seen. Science News, 20 August, p. 118. [volume 90, issue 20?]

1967

Anonymous. (1967). Alive still—but elusive. The Australian Women's Weekly, Wednesday, 10 May, p. 13.

Bell, E. A. (1967). "Tigers" were her hobby. The Australian Women's Weekly, Wednesday, 10 May, p. 12-13.

1969

Anonymous. (1969). Tigers, Devils, monsters and things that walk in the night. Wildl. in Aust. 6: 54.

1970

Anonymous. (1970). The rare thylacine. Nature Walkabout 6(2): 5-7.

1980

Anonymous. (1980). The $55,000 search to find a Tasmanian tiger. The Australian Women's Weekly 24 Sept., pp. 42-43.

1982

Anonymous. (1982). Eighty-year-old Tasmanian Tiger dissected. Omega Science Digest 1982(July/August): 27.

1984

Anonymous. (1984). Tassie tiger's tale. [publication?] 7(4): 4-5.

Archer, Michael. (1984). Letters: Doubts on Thylacine. Australian Natural History 21(6): 263.

Mooney, Nick J. (1984). Tasmanian tiger sighting casts marsupial in new light. Australian Natural History 21(5): 177-180.

1985

"Out of Place". (1985). The News 9: 15-20.

Park, Andy. (1985). Is this toothy relic still on the prowl in Tasmania’s wilds? Smithsonian magazine 16(5): 117-130. [Abstract]

1986

Douglas, Athol M. (1986a). Tigers in Western Australia? New Scientist, 24 April, pp. 44-47.

Douglas, Athol M. (1986b). Thylacine lives? (letter to the editor). New Scientist, 24 July, 111(1518): 63.

Park, Andy. (1986). Tasmanian Tiger: Extinct or Merely Elusive? Australian Geographic 1(3): 66-83.

Strahan, Ronald. (1986). Photographic memory (letter to the editor). New Scientist, 26 June, p. 82.

Webster, M. (1986). Tasmanian tigers. New Scientist 15.5.1986: 76.

1988

Anonymous. (1988). Where's that tiger? National Geographic World 152: 34. [Abstract]

1992

Dash, Mike and Gilroy, Rex. (1992). The Lost Australians. Fortean Times 62: 54-56.

1997

Archer, Michael. (1997). Tiger, tiger out of sight. Nature Australia 25(8): 70-71.

1998

Agnone, Julie Vosburgh. (1998). Any sign of a thylacine? National Geographic World 269: 5. [Abstract]

1999

Caneris, Adrian. (1999). From the president. Wildlife Australia 36(2): 2. [Abstract]

2000

Anonymous. (2000). What the Devil? Current Science 86(6): 11[-?]. [Abstract]

Colgan, Don and Archer, Michael. (2000). The Thylacine Project. Australasian Science 21(1): 21. ["Don Colgan and Mike Archer respond to criticisms of plans to clone the extinct Tasmanian tiger."]

Nolch, Guy. (2000). Thylacine DNA raises cloning hopes. Australasian Science 21(5): 5. [Abstract]

Westrup, Hugh. (2000). Bringing Back the Dead. Current Science 86(6): 10. [Abstract]

2001

Dayton, Leigh. (2001). Rough justice. New Scientist 170(2291): 46. [Abstract]

2002

Anonymous. (2002). Thylacine reborn? Earth Island Journal 17(3): 18-19. [Abstract]

Clausen, Lisa. (2002). Extinct, or just elusive? Time International (South Pacific Edition) 23: 16. [Abstract]

Colgan, Don. (2002). Thylacine cloning is a long shot. Australasian Science 23(6): 15. [Abstract]

Dunn, Ashley. (2002). The end of extinction? Australasian Science 23(6): 14. [Abstract]

Safe, M. (2002). Crouching tiger, galloping science. Australian Magazine, 1 June, pp. 10-12.

Weidensaul, Scott. (2000). Raising the dead. Audubon Magazine 104(3): 58. [Abstract]

2003

Archer, Michael. (2003). Cloning the Thylacine: the “yes” case. 40° South Tasmania 28: 19-20.

Ryan, Chris. (2003). The Great Tassie Tiger Hunt. Ralph [2003](September): 144. [Abstract]

Vangelova, Luba. (2003). True or False? Extinction is Forever. Smithsonian Magazine 34(3): 22. [Abstract]

2004

Musser, Anne. (2004). [Book review of Thylacine by David Owen]. Nature Australia 28(1): 78.

Power, Matthew. (2004). [Book review of David Owen's Tasmanian Tiger]. Discover Magazine 25(12): 76.

2005

Author? (2005). What we learnt this month. Ecologist 35(3): 10. [Abstract]

2006

Guynup, Sharon. (2006). Resurrecting extinct animals. Popular Science 268(2): 54. [Abstract]

2008

Anonymous. (2008). Scat clues to thylacine extinction. Australasian Science 29(1): 9. [Abstract]

Shakespeare, Nicholas. (2008). Why the Elusive Tasmanian Tiger Might Not Be Extinct After All. Reader's Digest (UK) [2008](December): [pagination?].

2009

Greer, Allen. (2009). Cloning the Thylacine. Quadrant Magazine 53(7-8): 28. [Abstract]

2011

Andrews, Crispin. (2011). The Tasmanian tiger meets the British lion: [Did a thylacine ever lurk in the English Lake District?] [online]. 40 [degrees] South 63 (Summer): 74-76.

2012

Anonymous. (2012). Thylacines lacked diversity. Australasian Science 33(6): 9. [Abstract]

Author? (2012). Dingos May Have Outfoxed Tigers. Australasian Science 33(6): 8. [Abstract]

2013

AAP and Macdonald, Fiona. (2013). Dingoes cleared of mainland extinctions. Australian Geographic, 9 September.

Author? (2013). Dingo versus Thylacine. Wildlife Australia 50(2): 19. [Abstract]

Bailey, Col. (2013). The truth will be revealed: I have seen the Tassie tiger. Crikey, 15 November. [Free preview]

2016

Andrews, Crispin and Lang, Rebecca. (2016). Tiger time. 40 [degrees] South 82: 61-63. [Abstract: "Eighty years ago, on September 7, 1936, the last captive thylacine died in Hobart Zoo."]

Anonymous. (2016). Tiger Tales: Col Bailey Returns With New Book on the Thylacine. Wild, 14 April.

2017

Block, Erik. (2017). The History of the Thylacine in Captivity. Zoo Grapevine & International Zoo News 44: 29-33.

Klein, Alice. (2017). Odds that Tasmanian tigers are still alive are 1 in 1.6 trillion. New Scientist, 18 April.

Lawton, Graham. (2017). Eye on the tiger. New Scientist 234(3124): 40-41. [Abstract: "Two tantalising sightings have got Bill Laurance on the hunt for Australia's most famous extinct animal"]

Meredith, Peter. (2017). An endless quest. Australian Geographic 138(May-June): 74-87.

Smith, A. (2017). Estimating odds against spotting a thylacine. New Scientist 234(3127): 54.

2018

Pickrell, John. (2018). Return of the Living Thylacine. Cosmos Magazine 78: [pagination?].