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This book analyses 80 illustrations of the extinct Tasmanian ‘tiger’, paying attention to the messages they convey and the species’ history. It offers new understandings of human-animal relations and tells a chilling story of how misleading representations can be.
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Carol Freeman is a Research Associate at the University of Tasmania. Her various publications focus on visual representations of animals, bioethics, and the role of popular culture in wildlife conservation. She is also co-editor of Considering Animals: Contemporary Studies in Human-Animal Relations, to be published by Ashgate.
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