About those stripes (part 5)
This article was originally published 02 August 2006.
Prior to Higgins' overlays, many couldn't see the thylacine due to the poor quality of the image, which, it has been confirmed, was a scan of a newspaper clipping of intentionally modified versions of digital photographs.
After Higgins' overlays, some still couldn't see the thylacine, but many others felt the overlaid 1933 image correlated far too closely to the 2005 image, leading to speculation that the 2005 images are hoaxes.
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Posted by: admin on 29th Aug 2006 11:45 PM
Updated by: admin on 06th Nov 2006 06:20 PM