"I can guarantee you there is a feral animal of some sort out there with short hair and stripes on the side; if someone says that description matches a tiger than I would say it is a tiger," he said.
Mr Moss has a theory that tigers were introduced to Wilsons Promontory between 1910 and 1915. "The timing is interesting because there are no records of tiger sightings until after 1912,"
In November 1998 he videotaped what he claims was a thylacine in East Gippsland. The grainy footage can be found on YouTube.