Question: What Species Have Gone Extinct In The Last 10 Years?

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Alaotra grebe

Pinta Island tortoise

Formosan clouded leopard

Caribbean monk seal

Spotted green pigeon

Western black rhinoceros

Christmas Island pipistrelle

What animals have become extinct in the last 10 years?

10 animals that have gone extinct in the last century

  • Baiji dolphin. Year declared extinct: 2007.
  • Thylacine, also known as ‘Tasmanian wolf’ or ‘Tasmanian tiger’ Year declared extinct: 1986.
  • Pinta tortoise. Year declared extinct: 2012.
  • Golden toad. Year declared extinct: 1989.
  • Caribbean monk seal. Year declared extinct: 2008.
  • Caspian tiger.
  • Formosan clouded leopard.
  • Pyrenean ibex.

What animals have gone extinct in the last 200 years?

Nearly 500 species have gone extinct during the last century–and in most cases, we humans are to blame.

The last surviving heath hen, Booming Ben, died in 1932.

  1. Tasmanian Tiger (1936)
  2. Gravenche (1950)
  3. Japanese Sea Lion (1974)
  4. Pyrenean Ibex (2000)
  5. Caribbean Monk Seal (2008)

What animals have gone extinct in my lifetime?

Here are 10 iconic species no longer on Earth, largely thanks to humans.

  • Passenger pigeon.
  • Dodo.
  • Western black rhinoceros.
  • Pyrenean ibex.
  • Quagga.
  • Tasmanian tiger.
  • Steller’s sea cow.
  • Woolly mammoth.

How many species have gone extinct in the last 100 years?

But if the upper estimate of species numbers is true – that there are 100 million different species co-existing with us on our planet – then between 10,000 and 100,000 species are becoming extinct each year.