Marc Schlossman/Panos Pictures

Chicago, Illinois, USA

Atitlan Grebe (Podilymbus gigas), Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago. No. 97557. Conservation status: extinct.

The Atitlan grebe, also known as the poc, was a large, flightless water bird endemic to Lake Atitlan in Guatemala's Sierra Madre mountain range. The species was first described in 1929 and was declared extinct by 1990.

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