Following a complete list of Australian animal extinctions from 1788 to the present. There are 23 birds, 4 frogs, and 27 mammal species known to have become extinct since European settlement of Australia. It is worth making special mention of the three great human-introduced killer species: the European rabbit, the European Red Fox, and the domestic cat. Although many other introduced species have played a destructive role, so far these three have been far and away the most significant.
This is an incomplete list of extinct animals of North America. This list covers only extinctions from the Holocene epoch, a geological period that extends from the present day back to about 10,000 radiocarbon years, approximately 11,430 ± 130 calendar years BP (between 9560 and 9300 BC).
Extinct animals of the British Isles are monitored by several different organizations, and no single official list exists. The following articles refer to individual parts of the British Isles: List of extinct animals of Britain refers to animals that have become extinct on the island of Great Britain Extinct animals from the Isle of Man List of extinct animals of Europe List of extinct animals of Ireland
This is a list of extinct, endangered and threatened animals of Lithuania. Collecting of this list started in 1959 and current version contains 815 species - 23 mammals, 75 birds, 128 insects, 224 flowering plants, 199 fungi and lichen. Mammals Birds Reptiles Amphibians Fish Mollusk Spiders Insects Crustacean Leech Flowering plants Pinophyta Pteridophyta Liverworts Moss Algae Fungus Lichen
This list of extinct animals of the Netherlands includes the animal species and subspecies once lived in the Netherlands but have disappeared since human habitation. This list features the mammals, birds, fish, molluscs, butterflies, dragonflies, bees, pond damselflies, mayflies, grasshoppers and crickets that have disappeared from the Netherlands. There have been no known extinctions of reptiles or amphibians in the Netherlands.
The list of extinct animals in Europe features the animals that have become extinct on the European continent and some in other dependent territories of European countries. While most of the animals in the recent Holocene have a human-caused extinction, Pleistocene extinctions and early Holocene extinctions are contested. Some see them as human-caused while others as a product of climate change.
The list of extinct animals in Réunion features the animals that have become extinct on the island of Réunion. Réunion is one of the 26 régions of France with much the same status as those situated on the European mainland. At least 19 animal extinctions have occurred on Réunion Island.
The list of extinct animals in Martinique and Guadeloupe features the animals of the French Overseas Departments of Martinique and Guadeloupe that have become extinct. 9 animal extinctions have occurred in Martinique, and 9 animal extinction in Guadeloupe. The Lesser Antillean Macaw (Ara guadeloupensis) could be found as well in Guadeloupe as in Martinique, which makes a total of 17 recent animal extinction in these two French overseas departments.
The list of extinct animals in Africa features the animals that have become extinct on the African continent and its islands, like Madagascar, Mauritius, Rodrigues, Réunion, Seychelles, Saint Helena, Cape Verde, etc.