What are the extinct animals in Malaysia?

scientific_name common_name taxonid
Plectostoma sciaphilum 168180
Begonia eiromischa Woolly-stalked Begonia 63545
Shorea cuspidata 31917

What are some extinct animals 2020?

Here are the 15 extinct species:

  • Barbodes disa—last seen in 1964.
  • Barbodes truncatulus—last seen in 1973.
  • Barbodes pachycheilus—last seen in 1964.
  • Barbodes palaemophagus—last seen in 1975.
  • Barbodes amarus—Last seen in 1982.
  • Barbodes manalak—Once a commercially valuable fish, last seen in 1977.

What animal is extinct today?

The Spix’s macaw is a recently extinct animal from near the Rio São Francisco in Bahia, Brazil. In 2019, the bird known as the “Little Blue Macaw” because of its vibrant blue feathers was declared extinct in the wild. Fortunately, experts have documented about 160 Spix’s macaws in captivity.

How many endangered animals are in Malaysia?

There are 313 mammal species in Malaysia, of which six are critically endangered, seventeen are endangered, twenty-eight are vulnerable, and one is near threatened. Every mammal in Malaysia belongs to the subclass Theria, and the infraclass Eutheria, as all are placental mammals.

Will humans go extinct?

Scientists say there is relatively low risk of near term human extinction due to natural causes. The likelihood of human extinction through our own activities, however, is a current area of research and debate.

What killed the dodo bird?

Over-harvesting of the birds, combined with habitat loss and a losing competition with the newly introduced animals, was too much for the dodos to survive. The last dodo was killed in 1681, and the species was lost forever to extinction.

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Are pandas going extinct?

Which animals are in danger?

Species Directory

Common name Scientific name Conservation status ↓
Eastern Lowland Gorilla Gorilla beringei graueri Critically Endangered
Hawksbill Turtle Eretmochelys imbricata Critically Endangered
Javan Rhino Rhinoceros sondaicus Critically Endangered
Orangutan Pongo abelii, Pongo pygmaeus Critically Endangered
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