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Yemen gazelle or Queen of Sheba's gazelle, a species which is now believed to be extinct. (1951)

Original File Name: Yemen or Queen of Sheba\'s Gazelle (Gazella bilkis) Queen of Sheba's Gazelle (Gazella bilkis Groves & Lay, a pair in Al Wabra. The species may now be extinct (Greth et al., Photo by Chris Furley, about

Irish Elk  Herds of the Giant Irish Elk lived in Europe and Ireland.  It stood six feet high at its shoulders, the size of Moose, and its broad antlers spanned ten feet.

extinct animals: Irish Elk: the largest deer that ever lived (extinct about years ago) [Wiki - Photo: (c) The Field Museum,

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Rodrigues Solitaire - Island of Mauritius

The Rodrigues solitaire - an extinct, flightless bird that was endemic to the island of Rodrigues, east of Madagascar in the Indian Ocean.

Carribean Monk Seal | Caribbean monk seal

The only known native seal to the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico, the Caribbean monk seal was officially declared extinct as recently as 200

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Learn Which 10 Tigers and Lions Have Gone Extinct in Modern Times

The last years have witnessed the extinction of a large number of lions, tigers, and cheetahs. Here are the 10 most notable that have gone extinct.

Le lièvre-wallaby de l'est (Lagorchestes leporides) est un marsupial éteint. On estime que sa disparition a été provoquée par la dégradation de son habitat naturel par le pâturage des moutons et du bétail. La disparition des aborigènes, changeant le rythme annuel des brûlages des prairies, avait sans doute accentué le phénomène. Les derniers spécimens ont été observés dans les années 1890. Il mesurait de 45 à 50 cm et avait un poids pouvant aller de 1,5 à 3 kg.

These 10 Marsupials Will Never Hop Again: Recently Extinct Marsupial - The Eastern Hare-Wallaby

Alcelaphus buselaphus buselaphus - Bubal hartebeest - Wikipedia

Bubal Hartebeest The last reliable sighting in the wild came in while the last known Bubal Hartebeest in captivity died at a zoo in Paris in

SCHOMBURGK'S DEER ~ Extinct Animals ~ In the beginning of the 20th century, Schomburgk's Deer was also subjected to large-scale hunting which finally led to its extinction by 1930s. The last Schomburgk's Deer in captivity was killed in 1938, thus marking the end of this species.  Read more at Buzzle: http://www.buzzle.com/articles/extinct-animals-in-the-last-100-years.html#schomburgks-deer    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schomburgk's_Deer

The Extinction Website - Species Info - Schomburgk's Deer

The name Hartebeest is a Dutch word (originally spelled hertebeest) which means deer. The Bubal Hartebeest stood at around 122 cm (4 ft) at the shoulder. It also had lyre-shaped horns. The Bubal Hartebeest is believed to have once lived in Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco and Tunisia. It may also have resided in the Middle East. [4] The Hartebeest was once domesticated by Egyptians and may have been used as a sacrificial animal. Its horns in tombs at Abadiyeh indicated its importance as a food…

The bubal hartebeest, also known as bubal antelope or simply bubal (Alcelaphus buselaphus buselaphus) is the extinct nominal (i., first described) subspecies of hartebeest, that was formerly found north of the Saharan Desert.

Quagga | One of 2 photos taken at London Zoo (female). In the wild (subspecies of plains zebra) great numbers found in So. Africa | Were hunted to extinction 4/meat, hides, preserve feed for domesticated animals | Last wild Quagga shot in 1970s, w/the last one held in captivity dying in August of 1883. Interesting fact: Quagga was first extinct animal to have DNA examined. Prior, it was believed Quagga was an entirely separate species from the zebra, rather than a subspecies.

A glimpse of what we've lost: 10 extinct animals in photos

Quagga - an extinct equine species from south, South Africa. Lost in

Blue-grey Mouse Extinct in 1956

Here's Every Single Animal That Became Extinct In The Last 100 Years

Mouse, Pseudomys gouldii, pictured above, is a close relative of the Blue-grey mouse.

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Nesoryzomys darwini, also known as Darwin's nesoryzomys or Darwin's Galápagos mouse, is a species of rodent in the genus Nesoryzomys that lived on Santa Cruz Island in the Galápagos Islands

Javan Lapwing (Vanellus macropterus)  * extremely rare, possibly extinct (possible sighting in 2002).  illustration by Jean-Gabriel Prêtre from Nouveau recueil de planches coloriées d’oiseaux, by Nicolas Huet le Jeune et al.

Javan Lapwing (Vanellus macropterus) also known as Javanese Lapwing and Javanese Wattled Lapwing inhabited Java, and possible Sumatra and Timor in Indonesia and became extinct in

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