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Magazine Articles on the Thylacine (Thylacinus cynocephalus)

 

1913?

"Country Life" [English man visted Beaumaris in 1913 and commented on thylacines] (See Bell, 1967)

 

1917

Anonymous. (1917). Tasmanian Tigers. Scientific Australian 22(3): 60.

 

1921

Burrell, Harry. (1921). The Tasmanian Tiger or Wolf (photo). Australian Museum Magazine 1(3): 62.

 

1939

Sharland, Michael S. R. (1939). Tracking the Thylacine. Wild Life 1(8): 7-9.

 

1946

 

Fleay, David. (1946). Tasmanian Tiger Hunt. Wild Life 8(6): [pagination?].

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

Wildlife, Aug 1946, Vol. 8, (8), p.288

 

1950

Donat, S. (1950). Les Thylacines, marsupiaux carnivores. Sciences et Voyages, new series 51: 95-96.

 

1953

SKYLINE, no 4. Annual Magazine, year 1953, by LAUNCESTON Walking Club [presumably contains an article about the thylacine footprints found and cast]

 

1958

Graves, Kathleen E. (1958). The Rarest Animal in the World. Walkabout 24(4): 15-16.

Guiler, Eric Rowland. (1958). The Thylacine. Australian Museum Magazine 12: 352-354.

 

1960

People, 17 Aug 1960

 

1962

People, 9 May 1962

 

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.

 

1965

Gasking, Ian. (1965). Underworld of the Nullarbor. Walkabout 31(11): 18-22. [almost complete thylacine skeleton discovered in Murra-el-elevyn Cave]

 

1966

Anonymous. (1966). Rare tiger trace seen. Science News 90(8): 118. [20 August]

Cook, D. L. (1966). Tasmanian Tiger's Haunts (Mail Bag). Walkabout 32(3): 6.

 

1967

Bell, E. A. (1967). "Tigers" were her hobby. The Australian Women's Weekly, Wednesday, 10 May, p. 12-13. ["Alive still—"but elusive]

 

1968

Brammall, H. (1968). Marsupial Tiger (Mail Bag). Walkabout 34(9): 5.

Colbron-Pearse, Dennis. (1968). Tame tiger. Walkabout 34(12): 8. [correspondence; the artist recalls his possible sighting in 1929 near Lake Fenton]

Courtney, Bill. (1968). Cannibal Dogs (Mail Bag). Walkabout 34(9): 6.

Courtney, Bill. (1968). Animals Fool the Experts (Mail Bag). Walkabout 34(10): 6.

Harris, Samela. (1968). Hold that tiger! Walkabout 34(6): 28-31. [reports of thylacines in south-eastern South Australia]

Lubbock, Adelaide. (1968). Was it a tiger? Walkabout 34(12): 8. [correspondence; possible thylacine sighting between Adelong and Tumbarumba, NSW]

 

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.

Parker, Heather. (1970). Is it the Tasmanian Tiger? The Australian Women's Weekly, Wednesday, 25 February, p. 35, 56, 61.

 

1972

Brown, Robert "Bob". (1972). The Tasmanian Tiger. Skyline 21: 29-31.

 

1973

Brown, Robert "Bob". (1973). Tiger Pause (Viewpoint). Walkabout 39(11): 56.

Sayles, Jim. (1973). Track of the Tiger... Walkabout 39(8): 22-27. [photographed footprint and called up a thylacine]

Serventy, Vincent (ed.) and Raymond, R. (1973). The Tasmanian Tiger. Australia's Wildlife Heritage 2(20): 628-631.

Anonymous. (1973). Our Rare Ones: The Tasmanian Tiger, Thylacine. Woman’s Day, 24 December.

 

1977

Malley, James Frederick. (1977). One mans tiger. Australiana Trek 1(1): 22-24.

 

1980

Brass, Ken. (1980). The $55,000 search to find a Tasmanian tiger. The Australian Women's Weekly 24 Sept., pp. 40-41.

Guiler, Eric Rowland. (1980). The thylacine–an unsolved case. Australian Natural History 20(2): 69-70.

 

1982

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

Fox, Allan. (1982). Tiger country. Panorama 5: 36,38,41. [Trove: "Rock painting of thylacine at Obiri in Kakadu National Park; triggers memory of possible encounter with thylacine in Tasmania."]

 

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, Matt. (1986). Tasmanian tigers. New Scientist, 15 May, 1508: 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.

 

1993

Anonymous. (1993). Thylacine drops in? Nexus New Times 2(16): 62.

 

1997

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

Whittaker, Mark. (1997). Look! There’s one! Australian Magazine 15-16: 12-18.

 

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]

Webb, Sharon. (1999). Thylacine cloning is ‘big time dreamtime’. Australasian Science [1999]: 19-21.

 

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.

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

Dub, Tim. (2006). Dreamtime in tiger country. Outback Magazine 48: [pagination?]. [Excerpt]

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]

Smith, Claire. (2012). Dedicated to Benjamin - The last Tasmanian Tiger. Australian Wildlife News 9: 13.

 

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]

Hall, Ashley. (2013). Cryptozoology Defined. Paranormal Underground 6(12): 28-29.

 

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.

Gōmez, Carlos Roberto Gonella. (2016). Thylacinus cynocephalus: Historia natural, filogenia, teorías de su extinción, posible existencia y futura resurrección. Jangala Magazine 19: 25-27,29-30,33-36,38-43,45-47,49-52,54-61,63-66.

Waters, Neil. (2016). Carta a la editorial. Jangala Magazine 20: 4-5 [English], 6-8 [Spanish].

West, Chris. (2016). Tiger watch. Gippsland The Lifestyle Autumn 2016: 112-114.

 

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

Jarvis, Brooke. (2018). Paper Tiger: Could a global icon of extinction still be alive? The New Yorker, 2 July, pp. 44-51. 

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