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Thylacine, the tragedy of the Tasmanian tiger / Eric R. Guiler
Bib ID 1236844
Format BookBook
Author
Guiler, E. R. (Eric Rowland), 1922-
 
Description Melbourne : Oxford University Press, 1985 
ix, 207 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 0195546032
Summary

Very brief mention of association with Aborigines; representation in rock art.

Notes

Includes index.

Bibliography: p. [188]-201.

Subjects Thylacine.  |  Art - Rock art - Painting.  |  Animals - Mammals - Marsupials - Thylacines / Tasmanian Tiger.  |  Tasmania (Tas)

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