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  • Fig. S1. Regional patterns of endangerment of large herbivores.
  • Fig. S2. Number of published scientific articles by species.
  • Fig. S3. Comparison of Pleistocene extinctions by body mass with current threatened species by body mass.
  • Fig. S4. Global distribution of the four main threats faced by large herbivores.
  • Fig. S5. Human population trends and projections by region (top) and ruminant livestock trends by region (bottom).
  • Fig. S6. Current range maps (sorted by family) for the 72 large herbivores not classified as extinct in the wild (EW).
  • Table S1. Data on the 74 large terrestrial herbivores above 100 kg.
  • Table S2. The number of large herbivores (threatened, total, and facing each of the four main threats) found in each coregion.
  • Table S3. The number of large herbivores (threatened and total) found in each ecoregion.
  • Table S4. The threatened large herbivores found in each of the ecoregions with at least five threatened large herbivores.
  • Table S5. Summary of research effort for the period 1965 to June 2014.
  • References (103–107)

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