It’s our fault, of course: habitat destruction and hunting. But for unknown reasons they left out Atelopus coynei, which, I’m now informed, may also be extinct—after having been rediscovered only a few years ago.
Three of these are felids!
Look ’em up:
Greater bamboo lemur
Hula painted frog
Axolotl (probably extinct in the wild, many survive in captivity)
Yangtze giant softshell turtle
Baiji dolphin (this one, I think, is already extinct)
Most of these are the so-called “charismatic macrofauna”: dramatic species that appeal to humans. But there are surely many more than these that are “uncharismatic microfauna,” including many frogs (e.g., A. coynei), beetles and other insects, and small denizens of habitats that are rapidly being plowed under.