thylacine

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Two thylacines.

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Thylacinus +‎ -ine From Translingual Thylacinus; from Ancient Greek θύλακος (thúlakos, pouch, sack) + Latin -inus (-ine).

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thylacine (plural thylacines)

  1. The carnivorous marsupial Thylacinus cynocephalus which was native to Tasmania, now extinct.

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