West African Black Rhinoceros

Its two horns each measured between 0.5 and 1.3 metres and 2 and 55 centimetres. Shoots and leafy plants were part of their diet.

Baiji White Dolphin

These creatures could reach a length of eight feet and a weight of one-fourth of a tonne. Due of their tiny eyes and extremely weak eyesight, they had to rely on echolocation to travel and search for pray.

Pyrenean Ibex

The ibex grew to a shoulder height of 60-76 cm, weighed between 24-80 kg, and primarily consumed grasses and herbs. In the past, they were said to have numbered 50,000.

Passenger Pigeon

The Passenger or Wild Pigeon, a native of North America, has not existed since the early 20th century. According to estimates, the US was home to between 3 and 5 billion passenger pigeons.

Tasmanian Tiger

The Tasmanian Tiger was a huge carnivorous marsupial that was native to Australia, Tasmania, and New Guinea. The monster, which was unrelated to tigers, resembled a medium-sized to huge dog.

Stellers Sea Cow

The Near Islands, located southwest of Alaska, and the Commander Islands in the Bering Sea are thought to have been home to Stellers Sea Cows, which grew to at least 8-9 metres in length and weighed roughly 8-10 tonnes.

Great Auk

An enormous bird without wings that can be found in the North Atlantic and as far south as Northern Spain. It stood 75 to 85 cm tall on average and weighed around 5 kg.


The Dodo's exact appearance is unknown because the only information we have of it are from various pictures and textual records from the 17th century.

Woolly Mammoth

a huge creature that is thought to be linked to elephants today. About 3.5 million years ago, its ancestors left Africa and dispersed across northern Eurasia and North America.

Sabre-toothed Cat

They were around between 55 million and 11,700 years ago and were frequently dubbed Sabre-toothed Tigers or Sabre-toothed Lions. The extended blade-like canine teeth of the carnivorous Sabre-tooth Cats gave them their name.

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