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  • 1. Extinct animals
  • 2. MEGALODON
    • Megalodons are said to have existed over 20 through 2 millions years ago.
    • They were extremely huge about 52.1 feet long.
  • 3. Dodo birds
    • Dodo birds were often hunted because they were a nice source of food for humans.
  • 4. Archaeopteryx
    • The Archaeopteryx was said to be about 1.6 feet tall.
    • It lived around 150–155 million years ago.
  • 5. Japanese sea lion
    • The Japanese sea lion went extinct around the 1950’s which was not too long ago.
    • This was a terrible loss and we will miss our lovely friend the Japanese sea lion always.
  • 6. Great Auk
    • This majestic bird has been extinct since the 19 th century.
    • They where about 30 inches tall and weighed maybe 11 pounds. Eventually they were hunted to extinction.
  • 7. Great Bustard
    • The great bustard went extinct in 1967. 
    • It used to roam the lands of Europe and Asia.
  • 8. Guam flying fox
    • The Guam flying fox fell to earth’s cruel will, due to hunting and habitat change.
  • 9. Quagga
    • The Quagga was a subspecies of zebra which died out in the late 1800’s.
  • 10. ENDANGERED SPECIES
  • 11. American Burying Beetle
    • The American burying beetle likes to live in lands of which are undisturbed by humans.
  • 12. Piping plover
    • Piping plovers mainly live on beaches and feed off worms, insects, and crustaceans.
  • 13. Leatherback sea turtle
    • They can grow to be 6 and a half feet and weigh up to 2000 pounds.
  • 14. Shortnose Sturgeon
    • They are found in fast-moving freshwater environments.
    • This species can live from 30-67 years of age.
  • 15. Sei Whale
    • There are around only 54,000 Sei whales left in the world today because of whaling. 
  • 16. Fender's Blue Butterfly
    • The Fender's Blue Butterfly’s habitat has been developed for farmland so it has no where to live now. 
  • 17. Marquesan Kingfisher
    • This lovely kingfisher is threatened by the habitat loss of French Polynesia .
  • 18. California Condor
    • The California condor is endangered because of poaching, lead poisoning, and habitat destruction.