May 15, 2013   257 notes

Thylacine as pet: remarkably tractable, docile, and affectionate - and, in some respects, superior to the dog. One of these reasons is that the thylacine acquiesces to others without protest - they do not engage in power struggles.

I don’t wanna get all bigfoot on you, but I do believe that there is a small relic population alive today - but to the world, as good as extinct.

Full article on pet thylacines here: http://www.wherelightmeetsdark.com/index.php?module=wiki&page=ThylacineAsAPet

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    I would love one as a pet, but I hope my favorite animals are still out there, thriving in an area nowhere near humans...
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    And here I was thinking that I had already watched and read all the resources available on the thylacine but somehow I...
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    Because I needed to be more depressed about these beautiful bastards today
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