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Thylacines look similar to dogs, but with a long, stiff, kangaroo-like tail. They are golden-brown in color with dark stripes along their back and tail (providing the "tiger" nickname). Being a marsupial, thylacines also have a pouch.
Thylacine in mainstream media
Did you know? Thylacines can open their jaws to 180°, the largest of any known mammal.