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Extinct Mammals (Modern Times)

The following is an alphabetical list of mammals which have become extinct in modern times.

The list excludes prehistoric mammals.

Arabian Gazelle (1825)
Atlas Bear (1840's)
Auroch (1627, Poland)
Baiji
Balearic Shrew
Bali Tiger (1937, Indonesia)
Barbados Raccoon (1964, Barbados)
Barbary Lion (1912)
Big-eared Hopping Mouse (1843, Australia)
Blue Antelope (1799)
Bluebuck
Broad-faced Potoroo
Bubal Hartebeest (1923, Algeria)
Bulldog Rat
Burchell's Zebra (1910)
Cape Lion (1860, South Africa)
Cape Warthog (1900)
Caribbean Monk Seal (1922)
Caspian Tiger (1959, Iran)
Caucasian Wisent (1926, Russia)
Christmas Island Shrew
Crescent Nailtail Wallaby (1956, Australia)
Cuban Coney (1500, Cuba)
Cuban Monkey
Dang's Giant Squirrel (1940, India)
Darling Downs Hopping Mouse (1846, Australia)
Darwin's Galapagos Mouse (1930, Galapagos Islands)
Desert Bandicoot
Desert Rat-kangaroo
Dusky Flying Fox
Eastern Elk, (1880, USA)
Eastern Hare Wallaby (1890, Australia)
Emperor Rat (1960's Solomon Islands)
Falkland Island Fox (1876, Falkland Islands)
Flores Cave Rat
Golden Bear (1925, USA)
Gould's Mouse (1930, Australia)
Guadalcanal Rat (1899, Solomon Islands)
Guam Flying Fox (1968, Guam)
Hispaniolan Edible Rat (1994, Hispaniola)
Hispanolan Monkey
Hungarian Wisent
Ilin Island Cloudrunner
Imposter Hutia (1996, Hispaniola)
Indefatigable Galapagos Mouse (1934, Galapagos)
Jamaican Monkey
Japanese Sea Lion (1950's, Japan)
Japanese Wolf
Javan Tiger (1979, Indonesia)
Kansas Bog Lemming (1946, US)
Kenya Oribi (1996, Kenya)
Lake Mackay Hare-wallaby
Large Palau Flying Fox (1874, Palau)
Lesser Bilby
Lesser Mascarene Flying Fox (1864, Reunion, Mauritius)
Lesser Stick Nest Rat (1933, Australia)
Little Swan Island hutia
Long-Tailed Hopping Mouse (1901, Australia)
Lord Howe Long-eared Bat
Maclear's Rat
Madagascan Dwarf Hippopotamus
Madagascan Pygmy Hippopotamus
Marcano's Solenodon
Martinique Giant Rice Rat (1902, Martinique)
Martinique Musk Rat (1903, Martinique)
Merriam's Elk (1906, USA)
Mexican grizzly bear (1960s, Mexico)
Miss Waldron's Red Colobus (1978, Ghana)
Montane Hutia (1996, Hispaniola)
Nebraska Bog Lemming (1968, US)
Nelson's Rice Rat (1990, Mexico)
Nendo Tube-nosed Fruit Bat (1907, Solomon Islands)
New Zealand Greater Short-tailed Bat (1988, New Zealand)
Oriente Cave Rat (1994, Cuba)
Panay Giant Fruit Bat (1892, Philippines)
Pemberton's Deer Mouse
Philippine Bare-backed Fruit Bat (1970, Philippines)
Pig-footed Bandicoot
Portuguese Ibex (1892, Portugal)
Puerto Rican Flower Bat
Pyrenean Ibex (2000, Spain)
Quagga (1883)
Queen Charlotte Caribou (1935, Canada)
Queen of Sheba's Gazelle (1951, Yemen)
Red Gazelle (1894, Algeria)
Red-bellied Gracile Opossum
Roberts' Lechwe (1994, Zambia)
Sardinian Pika
Schomburgk's Deer (1932, Thailand)
Sea Mink (1890, USA)
Seladang
Short-tailed Hopping Mouse (1896, Australia)
Shou
St Lucy Giant Rice Rat (1852, Saint Lucia)
Steller's Sea Cow (1768, USA)
Sturdee's Pipistrelle (1915, Japan)
Swan Island Huita (1996, Honduras)
Syrian Wild Ass (1927, Syria)
Tarpan (1880, Poland)
Thylacine (1936, Tasmania)
Toolache Wallaby
Torre's Cave Rat (1994, Cuba)
Verhoeven's Giant Tree Rat
Western Black Rhinoceros
White-footed Rabbit-rat
White-footed Tree-rat (1870's, Australia)
Wisconsin Cougar (1925, USA)


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