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The U.S. ranks 2nd in extinct mammals

According to data gathered in the 1990s and reported by the World Resources Institute, there are thirteen extinct mammal species in the U.S., which makes the United States rank second out of one-hundred-ninety-six-countries ranked in that category. Australia ranks first, with twenty-seven extinct mammal species.

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