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Extinct species

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Extinct species, in biology, species of which no living individuals remain. Extinction is most often the result of changes in food supply, habitat, or climate. Massive environmental changes may result in the mass extinction of many species at once. Rapid changes in environment caused by humans since industrialization have resulted in the extinction of many species of plants and animals.

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