We love camels. We think they’re some of the cutest animals in the world. But have you ever heard of another species of camel that is now extinct? We’ve seen many types of extinct animals on this list, but this extinct genus of camels roamed the lands of Central and North America during the Late Pliocene Epoch, between 3.6 million to 11,700 years ago. Their interesting shape had long legs and a single bump on its back. In fact, we still think they’re pretty cute, and wouldn’t mind seeing these in real life, as long as it was from a safe distance. It’s great when extinct animals are actually endearing to look at (Wikipedia).