We’ve all heard of the Tasmanian Devil but no one would fault you for not knowing the what the Thylacine Tasman Tiger is. That’s because it’s (supposedly) extinct. Recent footage from a South Australian resident proves otherwise. Is this the work of a genetic miracle or another mean trick by Satan?
SATAN BRINGS THYLACINE TASMANIAN TIGER BACK TO LIFE
Australia animal lovers believe they have proof of the Thylacine Tasmanian tiger walking around a backyard in Adelaide. Seeing as the last one died nearly 80 years ago, this discovery has left many in amazement. It’s not a long video, but three seconds is all one needs to see that this isn’t your average house cat. Besides this video, five different people witnessed the tiger in broad daylight. For those that don’t know anything about this animal, you’re not alone. Let’s familiarize us a bit.
WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT SATAN’S THYLACINE TASMANIAN TIGER
The Thylacine Tasmanian tiger was the largest carnivorous marsupial of modern times. That’s right, it’s a marsupial, like a wallaby or a kangaroo. It gets the tiger name due to the stripped lower back. It’s native to Australia, Tasmania, New Guinea and became extinct in the 20th century. We now know that is not true. So where has it been hiding? Evidence suggest that this animal was a shy and nocturnal creature so it’s possible it could have hidden all these years. Afraid and in the dark. That’s the safe explanation. Another is, that this “miracle” is the work of Satan.
SATAN RECRUITED THYLACINE TASMANIAN TIGER FOR HELL
One possible theory regarding the tiger’s disappearance points to the man downstairs. Satan himself recruited these beasts to carry out the hellish duties of the underworld 80 years ago. The fact that they are now reappearing is not a good sign. Hell is spilling over into our lives. The devil is sending his beast’s to the surface in preparation for something bigger. Slowly but surely, hell will take over our present society and all hope of salvation will be lost. What cruel beast will we see arise from hell next? The Dodo? One can only hope.