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|Description ||Extinct Animal
|This archetypal extinct bird was native to the island of Mauritius.||Dodo||98.1%|
|This striped Australian marsupial was the largest carnivorous marsupial in the world.||Thylacine (Tasmanian Wolf)||22%|
|This North American bird was hunted from a population of 5 billion to extinction in the span of 100 years.||Passenger Pigeon||21.3%|
|These flightless birds of New Zealand resembled ostriches without wings. All 10 subspecies were hunted to extinction.||Moa||19.8%|
|These large flightless birds resembled penguins, and inhabited most of the North Atlantic seaboard. ||Great Auk||14.3%|
|This enormous ancestor of domestic cattle lived in Central Eurasia and was hunted to extinction.||Aurochs||10%|
|This placid freshwater dolphin lived only in one river in China, and became extinct due to over-industrialization.||Baiji||10%|
|This North Pacific relative of the Manatee was hunted to extinction within 27 years of discovery.||Steller's Sea Cow||7.3%|
|This vivid bird was the only parrot species indigenous to the United States.||Carolina Parakeet||5.9%|
|These glossy black birds were native to Hawaii. All 4 subspecies died due to hunting and the avian flu.||'O'o (Moho)||2.4%|
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