Which animals have gone extinct in the last 100 years?


There are many extinct animals in the last 100 years. As of 2013, 905 animals have become extinct to the knowledge of researchers. This number stood at 784 in 2006. There are nearly 17,000 additional animals listed as threatened. There are 44,800 species of animals in the world. Some animals that have become extinct in the last 100 years include the golden toad, the Jamaican red macaw, the Falkland Island wolf, the Labrador duck, and the great auk.
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The Passenger Pigeon. It was once the most common bird in America and had lived in enormous flocks. During the 19th century, the species went from being one of the most abundant birds
In 2006, the Conservation of Nature issued a press
Golden Toad (Bufo periglenes) - extinct in 1989. Pyrenean Ibex (Capra pyrenaica pyrenaica) - extinct in 2000. A clone was made in 2009 but died shortly after birth due to it having
Treadle Machines. At the beginning of the 1900s, nonelectric treadle machines were still being used in homes. These machines were built into heavy wood and iron cabinets and were
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Endangered and Extinct Animals
In the modern world, animals continue to disappear from the Earth; other animals are in danger of disappearing. The article "Extinct and Endangered Animals" reports that "extinct species outnumber living ones by a factor of perhaps a thousand to one."... More »
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