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Fig. S1. Central tendency (mean and median) and maximum number of data entries per species for each mammalian taxonomic order.

Fig. S2. Availability of different types of data (mean and SD number of data entries per species) for mammalian orders with at least 10 extant species (excluding the 1211 species for which no data was available in any category).

Fig. S3. Number of data entries (mean and SD) for the different categories of threat defined by the IUCN Red List for 5288 mammalian species.

Fig. S4. Values of the intercept and slope estimated in univariate GLMMs explaining Red List status as a function of (A) adult body mass, (B) distribution range area, (C) population density, and (D) gestation length.

Fig. S5. Multivariate PGLSs parameter estimates for subgroups of mammals with Red List status and data available for the four traits listed but selected to conform to the distribution of all available data in PanTHERIA for each trait.

Table S1. Grouping of the original PanTHERIA variables as listed in the raw data file into five groups for our analyses.

Table S2. Correlations among species median estimates of life-history, ecological and behavioural traits obtained from PanTHERIA. All variables were log10-transformed except diet breadth and habitat breadth.

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