What year did Falkland wolves became extinct?
it became extinct in 1985 becuse of the new falkland setters shot them down for badass coats
It became extinct just after the Jurassic Era
The last Dodo Bird is extinct in 1917
the year that pickles became extinct
About 50,000 animals got extinct this year.which wild animals extinct the last 100 years
It is not known when the blue pike became extinct. Species are only declared extinct when there has been no confirmed sighting of a live specimen for fifty years. The blue pike was declared extinct in September 1983.
Grey wolves are not extinct. They are considered Least Concern according to the IUCN's conservation status reports. Although the populations of grey wolves have gone down dramatically over the past 100 years, they are still abundant enough to be considered unthreatened and unendangered by conservationists.
Actually, no one knows when the plesiosaur became extinct. The Lochness Monster is maybe a plesiosaur.
The Quagga became extinct in the year 1883 i dont know the exact date but i know the year.
The saber-tooth tiger became extinct more than 11,000 years ago.
Like many ice age species, it became extinct at the end of the Pleistocene Epoch 16,500 years ago.
They officially became extinct in 1984. Actually the pandas are not even extinct yet they are endangered. There is a big difference.
the normal 12 year old
The Hare Indian Dog became extinct in the 19th century. It was a native animal in the United States and Canada.
it died about 10-12000 years ago about the same time it became extinct
The Eurasian brown bear became extinct in Britain about the year 1000 AD.
It is likely that the dodo became extinct before 1700. The last dodo died a little more than a century after the species' discovery in 1581.
They aren't extinct, however they could become extinct in the wild because their habitat is being destroyed by logging companies, their meat has became more popular, and their babies are being sold as pets or as tourist attractions.
Carcharodon megalodon became extinct in the Early Pleistocene Epoch, about 1,500,000 years ago.
The dinosaurs became extinct 65 million years ago, at the end of the Cretaceous period.
The Falkland war was fought between Argentina and the United Kingdom in the year 1982 over the disputed Falkland Islands, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands.
Dinosaurs dominated the earth for 185 million years. Today the dinosaurs are technically not extinct because birds are dinosaurs.
While the Turcoman Horse died out as a breed, it is the progenitor of thoroughbred racing horses. They died out because of inbreeding and became extinct as a breed in the early 18th century.
Around 1,800 wolves dei each year
the year 2007 polar bears started running low so that might be the next one.
on estimate 5,000 wolves are killed each year
The last confirmed sighting was in 1962. There is a possibility that it still survives, but very few scientists think that now.
Grizzly Bears are not extinct.
Cheetahs aren't extinct...
No, wolves hunt all year round
Wolves are found any season of the year.
After ruling Earth for more than 150 million years dinosaurs suddenly became extinct about 65 million years ago.
Wolves are alive year round. They don't just die when the seasons change.
Spider monkeys are not extinct.
100 different animals become extinct every year!
wolves were relegated in the 1983-84 season
It is a mystical red griffin that only exists in 1315 to the year It became extinct which was 1819.
It is estimated that 27,000 species become extinct each year, about 3 an hour. Since 1996, scientists calculated that 124 types of amphibians, 1,108 types of birds, 734 types of fish, 1,096 types of mammals, and 253 types of reptiles became endangered.
about 17 are extinct if u include the one that just got extinct this year of 2012
it is said but about 2,000 to 4,500 wolves are killed each year and there are only 10,000 to 15,000 alive today .
Well, they died out 65.5 million years ago (give or take a few million years). There was no recorded human history, so there wasn't anyone to record a "year". I guess you could call the year 65,000,000 BC.
Basically the answer is when there are none left. At that point they would be classified as extinct. The actual year would be hard to quantify.
The Dodo bird became extinct around the year 1681, however before they died out it is thought that they inhabited the island of Mauritius, located in the Indian ocean.
The moa is an extinct relative of the kiwi. It was a large, flightless bird. It was believed to have become extinct around the year 1400.
Snow leopards are expected to become extinct by about 2030.
Julie of the Wolves won the Newbery Medal in 1973.
Wolves usually have their pups in the spring when the weather is warmer.
Estivation is the summer equivalent of hibernation in the winter. No, wolves do not estivate, as they are active year round.
If you're talking about snow leapords then they are endangered but have not become extinct but if poaching continues then they will be. If you're talking about leopards in general then they are at the bottom of the extinct chain. Meaning, they are not at all extinct.
A wolf pack can consist of four to forty wolves. Wolves have a strict social order. Wolves in the wild have a five to ten year life span, but wolves in captivity can live for up to twenty years. The alpha female and male wolves usually mate for life.
The Pyrenean Ibex has been extinct since the year 2000.