It’s been a while since we’ve had any Thylacinidae content on this blog and, let’s be honest, we usually stick to the Thylacinus genus.
From this amazing blog Paleoillustration (“Mostly paleoart, but sometimes I post speculative biology too.”):
The murderous marsupial lion, from thylakos (pouch-lion), carnifex (murderer, tormentor, butcher) was a large, carnivorous marsupial mammal that lived in Australia from the early to late Pleistocene Era. Despite its name, it wasn’t part of the cat family, but was more closely related to wombats. it was one of the apex predators at its time, and probably fed on early man