Extinct taxon

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December 3, 2021

Extinct taxon (abbreviation EX, from English Extinct) is a degree of threat according to the IUCN red list. Indicates that the last specimen has died or is considered dead. The IUCN has established the year 1500 as a divide for modern extinct taxa (formerly extinct taxa are usually referred to as fossils).

Examples

Birds

alka large Mauritian drone Leguat's Rattlesnake Micronesian Rattlesnake rusty rattlesnake Wakes Rattlesnake labrador duck coot

Fish

sand whitefish Savoyard whitefish Geneva whitefish tlamoun spekii hedgehog

Other

Tasmanian waxwing zebra dog

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External links

Images, sounds or videos on the extinct on Wikimedia Commons

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