TASSIE TIGER HUNT
Expedition Class 2010

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PRESS RELEASE
24 September 2010

VIDEO MATERIAL
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PHOTOS FOR PRINT
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VIDEO MATERIAL
Broadcast quality footage of wilderness preparation and school involvement (including the launch of the school program) is available on request, including raw grabs available for editing.

The following short video provides further background to Expedition Class and is also available as raw vision to help illustrate the story.




PHOTOS FOR ONLINE & PRINT MEDIA

Photo descriptions below each image. Photographer must be credited. Click on the image for a higher resolution version, and contact us if even higher resolution is required.

Prior Expedition
01 - Prior expedition through central Australia (2009): self photo by Andrew Hughes.


Looking for the Tiger
02 - Looking for the Tasmanian Tiger. Photo by Ninna Millikin.


Home for a month

03 - Andrew's home for the next month - are there Tigers there? Photo by Ninna Millikin.


Contemplating

04 - Andrew contemplates the task ahead. There's a lot of untamed country out there. Photo by Ninna Millikin.


Reflection

05 - Reflection. Photo by Ninna Millikin.


Scenery

06 - Scenery. Photo by Ninna Millikin.


Launch

07 - The 2010 Tassie Tiger Hunt is launched by Larissa Bartlett (wife of the Premier of Tasmania), with representatives from the schools involved. Photo by Niall Doran.


Larissa Bartlett and students

08 - (1 of 3) Larissa Bartlett and students get a hands-on introduction to a burrowing crayfish: an unusual animal that Andrew is likely to encounter along the way. Photo by Niall Doran.


Larissa Bartlett and students

09 - (2 of 3) Larissa Bartlett and students get a hands-on introduction to a burrowing crayfish: an unusual animal that Andrew is likely to encounter along the way. Photo by Niall Doran.


Larissa Bartlett and students

10 - (3 of 3) Larissa Bartlett and students get a hands-on introduction to a burrowing crayfish: an unusual animal that Andrew is likely to encounter along the way. Photo by Niall Doran.


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