I cant be sure, maybe its already extinct, since I live in Portugal.... The Iberian Lynx. Many studies have been made between the border of Portugal and Spain to try catching one. Sometimes it seems there are tracks of them, but it has been some long years that no one saw them.
Its around 99% sure they are extinct. ( It seems they still exist in Spain but the breed is slight different from the ones that existed in Portugal. They eat mostly wild rabbit and with the hunting that is very common in both countries and the devastation of the forest it´s very hard for them to continue breeding.
In Australia alone: 1. Koala 2. Platypus 3. Northern Hairy Nose Wombat 4. Bilby 5. Ledbetter's Possum 6. Tasmanian Devil 7. Wedge Tailed Eagle 8. Several species of wallaby 9. Some species of Burrowing Land Yabby (a freshwater cray) 10. Black Cockatoo
And they are just the ones that I know off the top of my head
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