2000 - The last Pyrenean Ibex dies under a fallen tree... However in 2009 it was cloned back in existence but died 7 minutes later due to defects in the lungs, making it extinct once again.
2003 - The last individual from the St. Helena Olive, which was grown in cultivation, dies off. The last plant in the wild had disappeared in 1994.
2008 - The Liverpool Pigeon (Caloenas maculata) is thought to have become extinct.
2010 - The Alaotra Grebe (Tachybaptus rufolavatus) is declared extinct.
2011 - The Eastern Cougar was declared extinct.
2011 - The Western Black Rhinoceros was declared extinct.
by Castlepaloma 8 years ago
People of religion, have very little interest in our extinct animals history. A million species and 95% are extinct and religion mainly focuses on man's history.Why is that?
by kerryg 7 years ago
The Western Black Rhino of Africa was declared officially extinct Thursday by a leading conservation group.The International Union for Conservation of Nature said that two other subspecies of rhinoceros were close to meeting the same fate.The Northern White Rhino of central Africa is now...
by Brad 3 years ago
When was the last time that the US formally declared War?Should the Geneva Convention be applied to just resolutions authorizing the use of military force, does it require a formal constitutional declared war by congress?
by StormsHalted 8 months ago
I just answered a question in the Q&A section, now I want to change that answer but could not find a link to edit it.It has also disappeared from the Q&A section but is visible on the article.
by CaribeM 8 years ago
What do you think? Last week Virginia declared "Confederacy History Month" could...Oklahoma be declaring "Militia History Month" soon?
by Patty Inglish MS 4 years ago
What is your response? -Trigueros del Valle, in Northern Spain, declared animals Nonhuman Neighborsto “dignify the lives of dogs and cats, animals which have shared with man thousands and thousands of years and have been a great help to him.” In addition, an island of Japan recently...
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