Some cool animals that are extinct images:
The Long Tail
Image by EJP Photo
I don't know what it is about the skeletons that cause them to look like that under a camera flash... hence I tried not to use it too much, difficult as that is with so little ambient light to work with.
Red Wolf Pack (Canis rufus)
Image by warriorwoman531
The Red Wolf (Canis rufus) is a North American canid that became became extinct in the wild by 1980. In 1987, there was a reintroduction in northeastern North Carolina through a captive breeding program and the animals are considered to be successfully breeding in the wild. The Miller Park Zoo in Bloomington, IL is one of only a few zoos in North America with successful breeding red wolves with litters twice in the past two years. There are now approximately 110 - 130 red wolves in the wild in North Carolina. Litters from the zoo are eventually released into the wild.
The Red Wolf has a coat that is long and coarse; mostly brown and buff colored on the upper part of the body with some black along the backs. Muzzle long; nose pad wide and black; ears rufous; legs long; tail long, bushy, black tipped. Body is intermediate in size between the gray wolf and the coyote.
Photographed at the Miller Park Zoo