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Crested Shelduck | Korean Crested ShelduckThe last confirmed sighting was in 1964, but it has not been classified as extinct because sightings have been made up until today in Korea, Eastern Russia and China. The Crested Shelduck is thought to live in wetlands and coastal areas. It is believed to travel in groups, feeding on mollusks, small invertebrates, algae, and aquatic vegetation. Critically endangered or possibly extinct.

Crested Shelduck | Korean Crested ShelduckThe last confirmed sighting was in 1964, but it has not been classified as extinct because sightings have been made up until today in Korea, Eastern Russia and China. The Crested Shelduck is thought to live in wetlands and coastal areas. It is believed to travel in groups, feeding on mollusks, small invertebrates, algae, and aquatic vegetation. Critically endangered or possibly extinct.

The Canarian Black Oystercatcher was a shorebird found on the Canary Islands in Spain. It is assumed that the disturbance by the local people and predation by rats were the prominent reasons for the extinction of Canarian Black Oystercatcher. According to the local fishermen and the lighthouse keepers, the last sighting of this species happened in 1940s. finally it was declared extinct through IUCN Red List for 1994.

The Canarian Black Oystercatcher was a shorebird found on the Canary Islands in Spain. It is assumed that the disturbance by the local people and predation by rats were the prominent reasons for the extinction of Canarian Black Oystercatcher. According to the local fishermen and the lighthouse keepers, the last sighting of this species happened in 1940s. finally it was declared extinct through IUCN Red List for 1994.

Crested Shelduck male

Crested shelduck - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Bonin Thrush (Zoothera terrestris) was native to Chichi-jima, a Japanese island north of Iwo Jima. It was discovered around 1828 & most likely fell victim to introduced predators such as rats soon afterward. Lithograph by J.G. Keulemans from H. Seebolm's Monograph of the Turdidae (1902).

Bonin Thrush, Bonin Islands Thrush or Kittlitz's Thrush (Zoothera terrestris) extinct species of Asian thrush. The only place where this bird was found was Chichi-jima in the Ogasawara Islands in Japan and it became extinct in the

Extinct birds : an attempt to unite in one volu...

Broad-billed parrot, Extinct Birds: An attempt to unite in one volume a short account of those birds which have become extinct in historical times, Lionel Walter Rothschild,

Choiseul Crested Pigeon | AKA: Choiseul Pigeon, Solomon Island Pigeon,Solomons Pigeon

Choiseul Crested Pigeon | AKA: Choiseul Pigeon, Solomon Island Pigeon,Solomons Pigeon

Gallicolumba salamonis | Gallicolumba salamonis (Thick-billed Ground-dove, Thick-billed Ground Dove

Gallicolumba salamonis | Gallicolumba salamonis (Thick-billed Ground-dove, Thick-billed Ground Dove

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Shiryou k.jpg

Bonin Nankeen Night Heron | Bonin nankeen night heron, Japan, extinct in 1889

Bonin Nankeen Night Heron - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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(Source: Wikipedia) 1961 — Semper’s Warbler, Leucopeza semperi

List of African animals extinct in the Holocene - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Rodrigues Starling (Necropsar rodericanus) starling endemic to Mascarene island of Rodrigues extinct as of

Fulica newtoni - Mascarene coot - Wikipedia

Fulica newtoni - Mascarene coot - Wikipedia

Mankind decimated the moa bird of New Zealand less than 100 years after their arrival on the island

Moa extinction rapid - study

The moa were eleven species of flightless birds endemic to New Zealand. The two largest species, Dinornis giganteus and Dinornis novaezelandiae, reached about m ft) in height with neck outstretched, and weighed about 230 kg.

Turdus poliocephalus vinitinctus. Lord Howe thrush by John Gould

Turdus poliocephalus vinitinctus - Lord Howe thrush - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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