The last captive thylacine was captured in 1933 and taken to the Hobart Zoo on the Australian Island of Tasmania. It died in 1936 as the result of neglect. It is believed the animal was locked out of its sleeping quarters in freezing temperatures.
Beaumaris Zoo in Hobart, 1910
Animal Family at the Zoo.
An excellent website to see why these animals became extinct is:
More neat pictures and information.