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It shows an animal with a long, thick tail and what could be stripes on the body and amateur researcher Neil Water says the group believes it is a small thylacine.
"We believe our footage to be footage of a small thylacine moving around through the Adelaide Hills only 20 minutes from the CBD of Adelaide," Mr Waters said.
"You can see the body of the animal, it does appear to have some sort dark discolouration which may or may not be stripes.
"It has a long, stiff, pointy tail. Where the tail connects to the body is very wide at the base which is typical of the thylacine."
originally posted by: AugustusMasonicus
That tail looks rather long to be a dog. I am hoping all our mutual confirmation bias in this thread manifests in making that the real deal, it would be very cool to know they are still out there and not extinct.