National Threatened Species Day

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On This Day (Australia): In 1996, National Threatened Species Day was first held on the anniversary of the death of the last Thylacine

On 7 September 1996, National Threatened Species Day was observed for the first time. The date was chosen in memory of the last Thylacine (Tasmanian Tiger) in 1936. On 7 September each year, many people stop and reflect on the fact that on that same date in 1936, Australia’s Tasmanian tiger, also known as the … Continue reading

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