The Asiatic cheetah is a Critically Endangered cheetah subspecies surviving today only in Iran. It once occurred from the Arabian Peninsula and the Near East to Caspian regions. Less than 50 remain in the wild, therefore functionally extinct.
Spix’s macaw, also known as the little blue macaw, is a macaw native to Brazil. The Spix’s macaw is one of the rarest birds in the world: it is estimated that there are only 177 captive individuals worldwide. The species was declared extinct in the wild in 2000.
The Pinta Island tortoise, also known as the Pinta giant tortoise or Abingdon Island tortoise, is a species of Galápagos tortoise native to Ecuador’s Pinta Island that is most likely extinct.