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Once common in the state, extirpated animals are now gone from Ohio. They are not really extinct however, because they still survive elsewhere.
 
Once common in the state, extirpated animals are now gone from Ohio. They are not really extinct however, because they still survive elsewhere.
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File:Dorcas Copper Butterfly.jpg
The dorcas copper is a very rare butterfly in Ohio and is most likely extirpated (existing elsewhere but not in Ohio).

Once common in the state, extirpated animals are now gone from Ohio. They are not really extinct however, because they still survive elsewhere.