IUCN's Red List reports that 25% of all mammal species are threatened with extinction. As many species are still classified as Data Deficient, this is likely an underestimation. Mammals, more so than any other group of organisms, capture our hearts and serve as our companions. Our closest relatives become casualties as we satisfy our drive for advancement via pervasive habitat fragmentation while exploitation quells resources intended to be shared by all. As the Sixth Mass Extinction marches forward, scientists predict that we will lose 10% of all life in the next 30 years.