posted on 06/18/2013 11:56:05 AM PDT
To: SunkenCiv; pcottraux; nickcarraway
posted on 06/18/2013 11:59:15 AM PDT
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If so, it’s not my fault.
posted on 06/18/2013 12:04:27 PM PDT
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Papua New Guinea (PNG) and Irian Jaya (the western, Indonesian half of New Guinea),"
Irian Jaya is now called "Papua". The locals want it that way.
Of all the animals on earth, the tiger is the one that I fear the most.
I live on the island of New Guinea, in Papua.
posted on 06/18/2013 1:40:24 PM PDT
posted on 06/18/2013 2:14:53 PM PDT
Could be. In New Guinea it was thought by the European colonial powers that the highlands were basically deserted and that all the population was on the coasts. But the highlands turned out to be the most populated. So if people were only discovered there in the 1930’s, who can say what still is to be found there?
posted on 06/18/2013 3:39:44 PM PDT
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hiding out in New Guinea?
They're in witness protection and have changed their name to New Guinea Pigs.....
posted on 06/19/2013 4:24:26 AM PDT
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posted on 06/20/2013 10:37:49 PM PDT
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I totally believe it still exists either on the Australian mainland or on some of the surrounding islands/archipelagos.
Predators are by their nature even at best of times sparsely populated and solitary. Even now I wonder about the big cats in North America, how they successfully maintain a population, with densities of one per square mile or even less...
posted on 06/20/2013 10:44:34 PM PDT
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Exciting. Hope they still exist. They were wrongfully blamed for stock losses in Tasmania.
posted on 06/21/2013 12:23:47 PM PDT
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Here's a picture of one with a human for scale:
posted on 06/29/2013 12:10:59 AM PDT
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