Yowie Researcher Trail Cam takes picture of extinct Marsupial Tiger?

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posted on Mar, 11 2011 @ 04:44 AM
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No worries mate,
I have just emailed the creature pic to work,next week i will give it to our media manager to see if he can clean it up a bit with his flashy software,I'm not back at work till Wednesday thou so it will be a few days,

Bloody red panda's,the kids saw the photo's and we spent next hour looking at pic and vids of em LOL




posted on Mar, 11 2011 @ 05:17 AM
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Originally posted by Travlla
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No worries mate,
I have just emailed the creature pic to work,next week i will give it to our media manager to see if he can clean it up a bit with his flashy software,I'm not back at work till Wednesday thou so it will be a few days,

Bloody red panda's,the kids saw the photo's and we spent next hour looking at pic and vids of em LOL


Cheers mate. I cant wait to see what you find.

Thats so funny,
Those Bloody cute red panda's. LOL. Enjoy your time with your youngin's mate.(They are a gift)
And we will talk again soon.
Take care, and thanks again Trav.
Its been a pleasure talking with you.



posted on Mar, 11 2011 @ 02:30 PM
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Yup I do, this actually just gives more credence to it being a fox



posted on Mar, 11 2011 @ 02:33 PM
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Originally posted by meathed
Hi again, Versa.
And again I respect your stance on a subject, your thoughts, informative photos and links.
But with evidence shown by all parties, so far I cannot seem to draw myself to any solid conclusion of what this animal may be.
We dont agree on this subject, yet we have agreed before on some subjects, and we will agree again on others, fore that I am sure.

I still have an open mind on this one. My book (Brain) is not yet closed on this.



Don't worry I don't mind if people disagree with me
I don't care if I'm proven wrong either



posted on Mar, 13 2011 @ 05:58 AM
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Originally posted by meathed
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Hi Trav, Sorry.
No smart ar#E remarks from me tonight.
Thanks heaps for those photo's. I appreciate them.


I noticed the nose size, and the white on it's face, but that was the similarity I had with a Red Panda. I agree with you, with the body size and leg thickness, I dont think It's a Red Panda, Nor a fox still
I too have a shooter mate coming over In a day or 2, to give his thoughts on this.
I said In a previous post Im thinking(and hoping) Its something different that we haven't seen for a few generations.
But only time,evidence and discussions will tell.
Thanks again Trav,
I cant wait to see what others think and will show us on this.

Peace and respect mate.

Thanks again for your photo's and your time


Oh Meaty one
My hunting buddy was over today,i showed him the pics and his verdict was......................................................................................................................... a fox pup,he agreed that its body was a bit chunky,but he also pointed out that fox pups like most pups are more chunky than adults,he also pointed out the fox in the 2nd trail cam pic appears to be a very young adult but appears taller than the creature,
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posted on Mar, 13 2011 @ 07:21 AM
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Originally posted by meathed
Must be a big and dense patch of grass.
But the picture suggest otherwise.


The grass is not of homogeneous density, so despite there being very thin cover over some parts of the body, the nose is right near a thicker part.

See the new large pic posted on previous page. Notice the dark log in front of the animal and how the grass is covering the log, obstructing it completely in at least one small section right near where the animals nose is dense grass like this is also covering its nose.

Observe the surrounds and you'll see just how thick the grass gets. Notice how many places it is covering up the bases of tree trunks or sections of log?



posted on Mar, 13 2011 @ 07:52 AM
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Hey mate, Thanks,
No disrespect, But you or your mate still haven't given a solid explaination about your theory to explain the stubby snout.
Ive asked 3 more mates in the last day, and not one said fox Trav, And sorry dense grass still doesn't cut it for me.
So Im still holding my hand on this.
My shooter mate will pop over in the next day or two.( He's an electrical engineer, But he isn't an einstein)
So I really don't know where that will leave us.(probably confused and not agreeing on this one)

I'll get back to ya.
Cheers.
Meaty



posted on Mar, 13 2011 @ 08:00 AM
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Thanks for your explaination.
I still dont see the grass being a factor in this though.
Im still on the fence on this one.



posted on Mar, 13 2011 @ 09:42 PM
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No worries matey

Hopefully i will be able to get the pic cleaned up later in the week,it may show us more,it may also show a heap of grass hiding the nose or it may not

I think it may be a dog,and before y'all shout me down,think of all the dog breeds and the possible crosses,quite a few eh ?





posted on Mar, 13 2011 @ 10:32 PM
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Originally posted by Travlla
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No worries matey

Hopefully i will be able to get the pic cleaned up later in the week,it may show us more,it may also show a heap of grass hiding the nose or it may not

I think it may be a dog,and before y'all shout me down,think of all the dog breeds and the possible crosses,quite a few eh ?




Thank you for taking the time to do this. I look forward to your findings, but before I get too carried away... do you have any qualifications/experience in photograph analysis?

I hope that this can be followed through to a conclusion that is acceptable to most, if not all of us, because the previous experts that this was shown to couldn't reach a consensus. Maybe we won't either, but I thank all the posters to date for their interest.



posted on Mar, 13 2011 @ 10:44 PM
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Matey i have no qualifications/experience in photograph analysis what so ever,All I'm going to do is get the media manager at work to have a look at this pic,and see if he can clean it up a bit to give us a better look at it's head,if he can i will repost it here for all to see and debate
There will be no findings from me thou,maybe an opinion or a guess but no findings ,

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posted on Mar, 13 2011 @ 11:00 PM
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I hope the media manager has more skill than me then lol. I am more into making art, I know a bit about photograph enhancement, but probably not as much as someone that does it for a living



posted on Mar, 14 2011 @ 09:32 AM
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Originally posted by Travlla
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No worries matey

Hopefully i will be able to get the pic cleaned up later in the week,it may show us more,it may also show a heap of grass hiding the nose or it may not

I think it may be a dog,and before y'all shout me down,think of all the dog breeds and the possible crosses,quite a few eh ?




Cheers mate.
As soon as you do clean up the picture, let us know. And as soon as my shooter mate pops over I will inform you too.
The dog cross thought is one that me and my mates have already discussed, and is still a thought that a few of my mates have held on to. Ive breed labradors all my life,( guide dogs) And Im aware all to well of Imbreeding and the deformaties that can entail. The last two that Ive bread, The male was a long snout and the female had a stubby snout.
So like I said, Im stumped( pardon the pun)
Take care

Meathed



posted on Mar, 14 2011 @ 09:58 AM
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Originally posted by Travlla
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No worries matey

Hopefully i will be able to get the pic cleaned up later in the week,it may show us more,it may also show a heap of grass hiding the nose or it may not

I think it may be a dog,and before y'all shout me down,think of all the dog breeds and the possible crosses,quite a few eh ?





Thank you for taking the time to do this. I look forward to your findings, but before I get too carried away... do you have any qualifications/experience in photograph analysis?

I hope that this can be followed through to a conclusion that is acceptable to most, if not all of us, because the previous experts that this was shown to couldn't reach a consensus. Maybe we won't either, but I thank all the posters to date for their interest.


Gday Heffo,
Im still undecided on this.
My thoughts are that this is one of our once lost and extinct creatures.
Until some one can prove other wise, then that is my stance. I have had many friends say they have never seen a creature like this before.
There has been evidence produced by both sides of the arguement,
But in my opinion, the pictures are speaking louder then words at the moment and the photos support a newly documented( extinct) creature


We arent scientists or experts Heffo, but we are opened minded to the world around,
Travlla never once said he is an expert, nore did I, we are only curious.
We appreciate your footage and thoughts.
Im on yourside till otherwise proven wrong, and Trav is on the otherside until he is proven wrong.
This is what i enjoy about ATS.

Peace,
Meathed



posted on Mar, 16 2011 @ 04:40 AM
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Sorry guys but my man couldn't do a lot with it,not enough pixels or something

His opinion was it's a fox with it noses partially hidden by the grass,but that does not mean it is,personally i wish trail cams had DSLR's in em,but then they would cost the earth,and we wouldn't have had the fun of guess the creature

He did point out that what appears to be the right hand rear leg looked bigger than the others,and asked if it could be a tail behind the leg,
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posted on Mar, 16 2011 @ 04:58 AM
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Yeah I would say it is likely a fox, but cannot be proven 100% either way. The quality is just not high resolution enough, makes things with close value kind of smear together. Hopefully the trailcam can get some more shots



posted on Mar, 16 2011 @ 07:57 AM
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Originally posted by Travlla
Sorry guys but my man couldn't do a lot with it,not enough pixels or something

His opinion was it's a fox with it noses partially hidden by the grass,but that does not mean it is,personally i wish trail cams had DSLR's in em,but then they would cost the earth,and we wouldn't have had the fun of guess the creature

He did point out that what appears to be the right hand rear leg looked bigger than the others,and asked if it could be a tail behind the leg,
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Cheers for that mate,
I still feel that if we follow a line from under the jaw, then another line from the top of its snout, and continue it down till it made a "fox" snout, then, to me, it seems like it would have to end up near the top of the log in front.
(I cant draw it up myself or i would show you what i mean)

To me that seems to long and to big.

We might have to go on a road trip and try to find this beast ourselves.( And YES i would pay for the petrol if it turns out to be a fox).
Seems like it might be the only way were going to decide and agree on this one.
Who knows, we might even stumble across the Yowie on our venture.

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posted on Mar, 16 2011 @ 08:16 AM
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This makes it more likely a fox that has come back, do its rounds checking its territory.Checking for food along the same tracks. They will never find a Tasmanian tiger here as they would never go near where a fox had been. They were enemies. Both predators in competition, not allies living side by side.



posted on Mar, 16 2011 @ 08:24 AM
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We all agree here on this thread that, it MAY be a fox,
But it also MAY not be, but no one this thread has said it was or could be a tassie tiger.
Thanks



posted on Mar, 16 2011 @ 09:52 AM
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it is a fox, end of story, there is no other mythical creature in Australia. It is not an endangered species, it is not a dog, or dingo. This is a fox. It was clear from the start.





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