Based on a common opinion people have on the thylacine/Tasmanian Tiger. In my opinion, predators shouldn't be labeled as negative things because they get compared to creatures in a completely different ecosystem who happen to be tougher/more inteligant. It's true that this animal will probably lose a battle with, say a wolf. But if people use the fact that they are weaker than wolves to explain their extinction, that would be invalid. Many species of wolves have been hunted to extinction by man, but we never have the nerve to call extinct wolf species "inferior". Also, The tasmanian tiger had the most develloped brain compared to all the other (native!) species in it's ecosystem. If we never chose to hunt them to extinction, they'd probably still be around today.