List of extinct animals of Catalonia

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This is a list of extinct and extirpated animals of Spain.

Contents

  • 1 Globally extinct species
    • 1.1 Globally extinct mammals
  • 2 Locally extinct species
    • 2.1 Locally extinct mammals
    • 2.2 Locally extinct birds
    • 2.3 Locally extinct fish
  • 3 See also

Globally extinct species

Globally extinct mammals

  • Aurochs - human-caused
  • European lion - human-caused
  • Irish elk
  • Monk seal (two species endangered) - c. 1950; human-caused
  • Pyrenean ibex - c. 1900 in Catalonia, 2000 in Aragón (project of cloning by Advanced Cell Technology and the Aragon government, one ibex lived for 7 minutes in 2009); human-caused
  • Saiga antelope
  • Wild horse
  • Woolly mammoth
  • Woolly rhinoceros

Locally extinct species

Locally extinct mammals

  • Brown bear - c. 1980 (reintroduced in 1996); human-caused
  • Wolverine

Locally extinct birds

  • Great bustard - c. 1950 (some wandering individuals from Castile); human-caused

Locally extinct fish

  • Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) - c. 1950; human-caused
  • Common sturgeon (Acipenser sturio) - c. 1950; human-caused

See also

  • List of extinct animals
  • List of extinct animals of Europe
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