A wildlife group in Australia believes they have captured new footage of the tasmanian tiger. The animal has thought to have been extinct for years, but sightings of the creature are still reported.
Footage of a claimed sighting of a Tasmanian Tiger has emerged to reignite to debate over whether the animal is extinct or not.
A wildlife group in Australia captured the grainy footage in the southern state of Victoria which has since gone viral on the internet being viewed more than 30,000 times.
Victorian Wildlife Research/Rescue says it left a camera on a bush trail for before returning to discover it recorded a large dog-like animal.
"After leaving a trail camera out in the Victorian bush for 3 weeks, the Roo returned to find this interesting footage of a large dog-like animal, with a stiff, horizontal tail, quite like a thylacine (Tasmanian Tiger)," the group wrote.