extinct animals: Irish Deer: the largest deer that ever lived (extinct about 7,700 years ago)

10 Most Amazing Extinct Animals

11 Animals That Are Now Extinct ... And It's Our Fault. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/10/22/11-extinct-animals_n_4078988.html

11 Animals That Are Now Extinct... Thanks To Humans

11 Animals That Are Now Extinct ... And It's Our Fault. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/10/22/11-extinct-animals_n_4078988.html

INFOGRAPHIC: Endangered animals from around the world | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

INFOGRAPHIC: Endangered animals from around the world

INFOGRAPHIC: Endangered animals from around the world | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

20 animals that you probably don't know exist, that are likely to become extinct before you die

20 animals that you probably don't know exist, that are likely to become extinct before you die

Haley Schaner- I chose this post because I think it shows how much we don't understand what is happening in our world. There are so many species we have no knowledge of that need our assistance in keeping them from going extinct.

Thylacine: the Tasmanian Tiger (extinct since 1936) won't lie that thing is a tad scary...probably shouldn't have put it under How cute!

10 Most Amazing Extinct Animals

Thylacine: the Tasmanian Tiger (extinct since 1936) won't lie that thing is a tad scary...probably shouldn't have put it under How cute!

Extinct: Great Auk: These auks were flightless penguins from the Atlantic. They were one of the largest auks standing about 30-34 inches high. They had white and glossy black feathers, and were once seen in huge numbers in the northern frigid areas. Records show that they were hunted to extinction in these places.

Extinct: Great Auk: These auks were flightless penguins from the Atlantic. They were one of the largest auks standing about 30-34 inches high. They had white and glossy black feathers, and were once seen in huge numbers in the northern frigid areas. Records show that they were hunted to extinction in these places.

Only one quagga was ever photographed alive and only 23 skins are preserved today.The quagga was the first extinct animal to have its DNA analysed,and this 1984 study launched the field of ancient DNA analysis. It confirmed that the quagga was more closely related to zebras than to horses.

Only one quagga was ever photographed alive and only 23 skins are preserved today.The quagga was the first extinct animal to have its DNA analysed,and this 1984 study launched the field of ancient DNA analysis. It confirmed that the quagga was more closely related to zebras than to horses.

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