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Ape skeletons
Credit: User:TimVickers

The hominoids are descendants of a common ancestor.

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Tarbosaurus museum Muenster
Credit: Commons:User:Thomas Ihle

Tarbosaurus at the Naturkundemuseum Münster in Münster, Germany.

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3

Dusky Seaside Sparrow
Credit: Splintercellguy

Orange Band, the last Dusky Seaside Sparrow died in 1987 in a captive facility in the Walt Disney World Resort

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Tyrannosaurus rex
Credit: Commons:User:David Monniaux

Tyrannosaurus rex skull at Palais de la Découverte in Paris.

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5

Thylacine
Credit: Matilda

The last known Thylacine photographed at Hobart (formerly Beaumaris) Zoo in 1933. A scrotal sac is not visible in this or any other of the photos or film taken, leading to the supposition that "Benjamin" was a female, but the existence of a scrotal pouch in the Thylacine makes it impossible to be certain

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Gene-duplication
Credit: User:TimVickers

The image depicts the duplication of part of a chromosome.

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The Golden Toad was last seen on May 15, 1989. Decline in amphibian populations is ongoing worldwide.
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The Golden Toad was last seen on May 15, 1989. Decline in amphibian populations is ongoing worldwide.

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Ectopistes migratoriusMCN2P28CA.jpg
Credit: Wikimedia Commons

The passenger pigeon, one of several species of extinct birds, was hunted to extinction over the course of a few decades.

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