is an 1864 lithograph by Harriet Scott, titled "The Tasmanian Tiger
(Thylacinus cynocephalus)". It was featured in Gerard Krefft's
"The Mammals of Australia", 1871. Both Harriet and her sister
Helena were educated by their father, Alexander Walker Scott, an entomologist
who was a trustee of the Australian Museum from 1862-79. From him,
Harriet gained a considerable knowledge of Australian animals and plants.
Her paintings earned high praise from the Entomological Society and she
was elected, like her sister Helena, as an honorary member.