Pyrenees , Andorra, France, and Spain mountain ranges
The Pyrenean (Pie-re-neen) Ibex (I-bex) is the only extinct animal to go extinct twice, yep, the last Pyrenean Ibex died in 2000 and cloned in 2009, unfortunately only for 7 minutes do to lung failure. The Pyrenean Ibex was one of the last animals to go extinct in the 20th century, even though it was protected there weren't enough breeding pairs left due to over hunting. The last Pyrenean Ibex, Celia died on January 6, 2000 because of a tree that fell on top of her during a large storm.
Spanish ibex compared to Pyrenean Ibex
The Pyrenean Ibex is the sub-species of the spanish ibex meaning that the Pyrenean Ibex was not far apart enough to be considered a new species, it could still interbreed with the spanish ibex. The spanish ibex has four sub-species, and two are extinct.
Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Middle East, Morocco, Tunisia, and North Africa
16,000,000 - 1950
The word 'hartebeest' comes from Afrikaans (which originated from the Dutch language) and was originally called 'hertebeest'. The name was given by the Boers (the descendants of the Dutch-speaking pastoralists (pas-tor-a-lists), in what is today South Africa) who thought it resembled a deer, which is called 'hert' in Dutch. 'Beest' is the Dutch word for the English 'beast'. 'Hartebeest' can be literally translated into 'deer beast'.