Zoology

 Thylacine Print 1919

Thylacine Print 1919

In Development 2019

The Thylacine, or Tasmanian Tiger, was declared extinct in 1936 when the last one died in the Beaumaris Zoo in Hobart. An exploration of wildness and extinction inspired in part by reports of Thylacine sighting, found slides of a girl playing outside zoo gates in New York City and a story of Margaret Thatcher's refusal to transport a Panda from the London zoo to The Smithsonian Institute in Washington, USA on a Concorde flight to visit Ronald Regan.