In November 1993, during a holiday in northern Queensland, the author met a man who witnessed a Thylacine (Tasmanian Tiger) on Cape York Peninsular. This prompted the author to try to confirm that they still live.
On hearing from Mr Heath of some of the Thylacine sightings he had been told about, an academic at a Queensland University urged him to write this book.
'Thylacine: Confirming Tasmanian Tigers Still Live' details some of the many Thylacine sightings on mainland Australia and Tasmania that the author has been told about up until 2014.
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Alan Heath spent his working life in the electrical industry, firstly as an apprentice, then as a licenced Electrician, and finally as an Engineering Officer. He is now retired. He has always enjoyed bushwalking and walking as ways to keep fit. He was born in Fulham, London, and has lived in Australia since 1955. He is interested in Natural History etc., and is particularly interested in the officially extinct Thylacine, which is also known as a Tasmanian Tiger, and in the reports of them still being seen in both Tasmania, and on mainland Australia.
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