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Question 1: Many European settlers drew direct comparisons with the ________, because of its unusual stance and general demeanour.
CarnivoraBearSpotted HyenaHyena

Question 2:
What genus does Thylacine belong to?
Clavilithes
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Grevillea
Sphaerellocystis

Question 3:
What family does Thylacine belong to?
Acanthodrilidae
Nyctaginaceae
see text
u2020Thylacinidae

Question 4:
What phylum does Thylacine belong to?

Question 5:
What period does the fossils of the Thylacine come from?
Early Pleistocene to Recent
Paleocene
Carboniferous - L Permian
Early Pliocene to Holocene

Question 6: The thylacine held the status of ________ until 1986.
Endangered speciesPolar bearTigerCheetah

Question 7: The thylacine was noted as having a stiff and somewhat awkward ________, making it unable to run at high speed.
WalkingGaitBipedalismTerrestrial locomotion

Question 8: Like the ________ and wolves of the Northern Hemisphere, from which it obtained two of its common names, the thylacine was an apex predator.
Gray WolfTigerLionDhole

Question 9: Rock paintings from the ________ clearly show that thylacines were hunted by early humans.
Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National ParkNorthern TerritoryFraser IslandKakadu National Park

Question 10: [14] Petroglyph images of the Thylacine can be found at the Dampier Rock Art Precinct on the ________ in Western Australia.
Dampier, Western AustraliaDampier ArchipelagoMurujugaColin Barnett
















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