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Is the Ozenkadnook Tiger a Cardboard Cryptid?

One of cryptozoology's most iconic images is the so-called Ozenkadnook Tiger Photograph, reproduced below. It depicts a large, seemingly dark-bodied, white-striped Australian mystery beast supposedly snapped in b/w during 1964 by Melbourne-based Rilla Martin while holidaying in Victoria. She had apparently been driving along a dirt track near Ozenkadnook when she saw the creature at the edge of some woods, and after stopping the car she managed to snap a single photo of it before it ran off.
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