Endemic Animals of Mississippi








Newfoundland wolf
Newfoundland wolf
The Newfoundland wolf was a subspecies of grey wolf that was native to Newfoundland.
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Newfoundland wolf
Yellow-blotched map turtle
Yellow-blotched map turtle
The yellow-blotched map turtle, or yellow-blotched sawback, is a species of turtle in the family Emydidae. It is part of the narrow-headed group of map turtles, and is endemic to the southern United States.
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Yellow-blotched map turtle
Pascagoula map turtle
Pascagoula map turtle
The Pascagoula map turtle is a species of turtle in the family Emydidae. The species is endemic to the southern United States.
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Pascagoula map turtle
Gregory's wolf
Gregory's wolf
Gregory's wolf, also known as the Mississippi Valley wolf, was a subspecies of the gray wolf. It was declared extinct in 1980. It once roamed the regions in and around the lower Mississippi River basin.
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Gregory's wolf
Crassispira lyopleura
Crassispira lyopleura
Crassispira lyopleura is an extinct species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Pseudomelatomidae, the turrids and allies.
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Crassispira lyopleura
Crassispira abundans
Crassispira abundans
Crassispira abundans is an extinct species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Pseudomelatomidae, the turrids and allies.
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Crassispira abundans