During the Pleistocene, the large Thylacoleo Carnifex roamed most of Australia except the arid centre.
Elsewhere on the planet in Europe “The Americas, sabre – toothed tigers were their evolutionary equivalent Leopard sized and with a set of pincer like incissors and enormous flesh cutting teeth.
Thylocoleo was Australia’s Apex preditor. A relative of the possum. Thylacoleo had a long claw on its thumb and possum-like toes on its hind limbs and would have moved freely through the tree tops, enabling it to pounce on prey from above.