Ah, so it was a test. Very clever. Unfortunetly zoobeat won't work on my computer so I can't see where the picture originaly came from. Did I not say it looked kind of foosa-like to me? Although, I'd say that second picture from Tasmania is definetly proof!! Who knows, mabye Thylacines really do still live in New Guinea like the natives have reported. Looks like all those would-be Thylacine hunters are searching in the wrong area (good luck getting into Papua New Guinea).