Omiltemi Cottontail Rabbit
scientific name: Sylvilagus insonus
Last seen: Early 1900s in Mexico
Years lost: Around 100
The Omiltemi Cottontail Rabbit is one of the most endangered rabbits in the world as the result of poaching and habitat destruction. The species, which likely lives in a small, semi-isolated mountain range in the Sierra Madre del Sur, Guerrero, Mexico, is known from only four specimens, the most recent a skin donated by local hunters in 1998. There are no photos of this species.