Slide 3: Quagga Quagga was subspecies of the Plains Zebra. The Quagga , formerly inhabited the Karoo and southern Free State of South Africa. Like other grazing mammals, Quaggas had been ruthlessly hunted. When the Quagga mare at Amsterdam Zoo died on 12 August 1883, it was not realised that she was the very last of her kind.
Slide 5: Tyrannosaurus Rex The Tyrannosaurus Rex went extinct 65 million years ago. It was one of the largest animals. It measured up to 43.3 feet in length and 16.6 feet in height. It weighed approximately 7 tons.
Slide 7: The Tasmanian Tiger The Tasmanian Tiger went into extinct in the year 1936. This animal is regarded to be the largest carnivorous marsupial (Having pouch to carry its young) It was a native wildlife animal of Australia and New Guinea. Man and his evil ways led this animal to extinction.
Slide 9: IRISH DEER Irish Deer is the largest deer to have ever existed. It went into extinction approximately 7,700 years ago. It was a native animal of Eurasia, grazing the land stretching from Ireland to east of Lake Baikal. It was large sized, with extra large antlers measuring upto 3.65 meters (12 feet from tip-to-tip). The antlers weighed about 90 pounds.
Slide 10: List of extinct animals The Caspian Tiger was the third largest tiger species. The last of this tiger was seen in 1970 Aurochs was a large-sized cattle-species. It is recorded to have gone into extinction in 1627. Steller's Sea Cow was also known as the defenseless beast. It went into extinction in 1768.
Slide 11: THANK YOU DONE BY:MOHAMMED MUJTABA KHAN (V-H)