The IUCN Red List (2004) documents the extinction of 784 species in the last 500 years. The list includes 338 vertebrates, 359 invertebrates, and 87 plants. Some examples of recent extinctions include the dodo (Mauritius), quagga (Africa), thylacine (Australia), Steller’s Sea Cow (Russia) and three subspecies (Bali, Javan, Caspian) of the tiger. Reasons of extinct are habitat loss, co-extinctions, overexploitation and alien species invasions.
So, the correct answer is '338 vertebrates, 359 invertebrates and 87 plants'.