From the Extinction Portraits series
Capra pyrenaica pyrenaica
The Pyrenean Ibex is one of two extinct subspecies of Spanish Ibex. Though there is still some mystery surrounding the exact causes of extinction, introduced infectious disease and poaching are suspected. The subspecies only made it 6 days into the new millennium, when Celia, the last surviving member of the subspecies, was found dead, killed by a falling tree.
In other strange news, the Pyrenean Ibex was the first taxon to become 'un-extinct' when a cloned female ibex was born in 2009. However, the baby only lived for 7 minutes before dying from breathing difficulties. The cloning projects continues, but faces many difficulties.