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Thursday, July 21, 2016

Mexico Extinct Species

The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™ for MEXICO in North America lists 25 extinct species and 6 extinct-in-the-wild species. Some extinct species include the Ameca Shiner fish, Coronados Island Woodrat, Guadalupe (Mourning) Caracara bird, Mexican Dace fish, Pemberton's Deer Mouse, San Martin Island Woodrat, Slender-billed Grackle bird, Tres Marías Island Rice Rat, Villa Lopez Pupfish, and West Indian Monk Seal. Butterfly Splitfin fish, Catarina Pupfish, Golden Skaffia fish, La Palma Pupfish, Potosí Pupfish, and Socorro Dove are Mexico's extinct-in-the-wild species.

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