little things for big places: Extinct. A crustacean found in a small Madagascar pool. In 1951, but not since. Extinct. A bird in Mauritius’ dry ponds. Rare by 1681, extinct by 1689. After hunting. Extinct in the wild. A Toad in Wyoming. Restricted to the Laramie Basin. After chytrid fungus. After pesticide use. After irrigation practices. After inbreeding. Critically endangered. A monkey in Ecuador. After hunting. After soil erosion. After the planting of pine. After coffee. After African Palm. Extinct. A fish in Turkey’s Lake Beysehir. After the pikeperch arrived. After fishing. Extinct. A parrot in Martinique. Lost in 1722. After hunting. After colonization. After sugar cane. Extinct. A flightless, New Zealand bird. Lost between 1893 and 1895. After the cats and rats. After clearing the scrubland for sheep. After the goats and rabbits grazed away the tussock grass. Critically endangered. A fish in the Yangtze River. After fishing. After habitat degradation. After dam construction. After mesh nets. After ammonia nitrogen. After sewage. After the run-off of cut away trees. Extinct. A lizard within the seabird colonies, on the rocky clefts of Cape Verde islands. After drought. After medicinal uses. After commercial trade. After scientific purposes. Last found as a mandible in cat feces. Extinct in the wild. A fish restricted to the coastal rivers of Israel. After drought water extraction. After refineries. Extinct in the wild. A Crow in Hawaii. The last two wild birds disappearing in 2002. After extensive habitat alteration. After reduction of understory food-plants. After logging. After macadamia nuts. After the loss of pollinators and dispersers. After feral cattle. After mouflon sheep. After feral sheep. After goats. After avian malaria. After pox-carrying mosquitoes. After West Nile Virus. Extinct. A Wallaby in Australia. After livestock edged through the Stringy-bark heath. After bounty and sport hunting. After their pelts mattered. Critically endangered. A sea snake found around the flats and edges of Ashmore and Hibernia Reefs. After a decline in ecosystem health. After algae left the coral. After the waters heated. Extinct. An owl on the island of Réunion. After 17th century colonization. After hunting. Extinct. A Seal in the Caribbean Sea. After 1494, when Columbus sailed the ocean blue. After not fearing man. After an unaggressive and curious nature. After the determined worth of their skins and oil. Extinct. A fish found in five drainages of lower and central Ohio River basin, upper White River drainage of the Ozarks, and Maumee River drainage of Lake Erie basin. After increased turbidity and siltation. After the building of dairies. Extinct. A wood rat on a Pacific island of coastal scrub. After the feral cats arrived. Extinct in the wild. An Antelope in Niger and Chad. Once found in rolling dunes, grassy steppes and wooded inter-dunal depressions. Now fenced off in Tunisia, Senegal and Morocco. After hunting. After habitat loss. After competing with domestic livestock. Critically endangered. A vulture in South East Asia. After feeding on carcasses treated with veterinary drugs. After renal failure. After visceral gout. Extinct. A Sea Mink in New Brunswick. After its fur. Extinct. A mouse on the island of Santa Cruz. After the black rat, house mouse and feral cat. Critically endangered. A fish in the Black Sea basin. After dam construction. After illegal poaching. After caviar. After oil pollution. After industrial waste. Extinct. A bandicoot in Australia. After cats. After rabbits. After foxes. After lightening-fires took the grassland. Critically endangered. A Frog in Panama. After chytridiomycosis. After road construction. After gold. After sediment. Extinct. A Salamander in Mississippi. Collected only on 12 June 1964, two miles south of Bay Springs. After threats unknown. Extinct in the wild. A Turtle in a single artificial temple pond near Chittagong, Bangladesh. Only this pond. Critically endangered. A frog in the leaf litter of Tanzania. After improved crop seeds. After sugar plantations. After rice. After bananas. After yams. After sweet potatoes. After maize. After coffee. After cardamom. After fire. After the stripping of shrubs and herbs. Extinct. A deer in Thailand swamps. After hunting. After the commercial export of rice. After Chinese medicine. Extinct. A freshwater shrimp in Los Angeles. After channelization. After urbanization. Critically endangered. A Chinchilla in Bolivia. Now clustered in a small rocky patch under cloud forest. After the clearance of trees. After cattle pasture. After the building of a road. After their fur. Extinct. A Monkey in Jamaica. After threats unknown. Extinct. A Sea Lion, off the coast of Takeshima Island. After their skin was taken for boots. After their oil was taken for health. After their whiskers were taken for pipe cleaners. Critically endangered. A rhinoceros in Northern Cameroon. After poaching. After the ornamental and ceremonial use of the horn. After Chinese medicine. After the treatment of cancer. After civil unrest. After the free-flow of weapons. After the lack of political will. After the lack of conservation expenditure. After increased poverty. After Europeans. After alien plant invasions. The single animal that survived in Rwanda has died. Extinct. A gazelle on the Arabian Peninsula. After hunting.