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The extinct Sthenele wood nymph, mounted on pins for display, had disappeared from the San Francisco Bay area by 1880. PHOTOGRAPH BY JOEL SARTORE, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC PHOTO ARK
The Simandoa cave roach, extinct in the wild, now is only kept in captivity. PHOTOGRAPH BY JOEL SARTORE, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC PHOTO ARK
The rare female Columbia Basin pygmy rabbit—which used to be found in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, California, Nevada, and Utah—is in danger of becoming extinct. Its primary habitat and diet, sagebrush, is in sharp decline, which in turn m
The last living Rabb's fringe-limbed tree frog died in 2016 at Atlanta Zoo. The now-extinct Panamanian frog species was discovered in the wild in 2005, and just two years later no more of the frogs could be found. PHOTOGRAPH BY JOEL SARTORE, NATIONAL GEO