Issue Sixteen

Another season has come- with the Equinox on the 21st, the South now moves into autumn. Don’t believe any of that talk of the official start to the season on the 1st of the month – the season changes on the 21st at the Equinoxes and Solstices.

In recent days, Tasmania has just completed a State Election, and as the political landscape changes abruptly, so too we may find the physical geography of the land will change as well.

There’s four wonderful articles waiting for you in this issue, including a year’s retrospective video of microcopter flights, a novel student research study on leeches and thylacines, a collection of technically superb cave photographs, and an introduction to a fearsome marsupial carnivore.

I hope you enjoy reading them as much as I enjoyed preparing them.


— The Editor

TG #16

In Issue Sixteen: First Person View Racing Microcopters + In Utter Darkness + The Ultimate Marsupial Carnivore – Thylacoleo + Applied Cryptozoology – Using Leeches to Locate the Thylacine


Applied Cryptozoology – Using Leeches to Locate the Thylacine

Thinking outside the box: locating a legend with a leech….

Michael Weinzierl

The Ultimate Marsupial Carnivore – Thylacoleo

The fiercest marsupial animal to ever live was the Thylacoleo- an animal more terrifying than any mammal alive today


In Utter Darkness

There’s world class low-light photography happening here. Came and capture some photons in a technical photoshoot deep underground…

Francois Fourie

First Person View Racing Microcopters- RianRex’s Best of 2013

See Tasmania from an entirely new angle! Let the FPV Microcopter racing begin!

Rian Taylor