Is the tiger an endangered species?
Tigers are endangered and have been for along time.
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The south Chinese tiger is the most endangered tiger species. Only a few dozen individuals exist. Even the other species like Sumatran tiger, Indian tiger and Siberian tiger are critically endangered due to human hunting. For centuries man has hunted these magnificent beast for it's skin and body parts
its kinda hard to explain but ill do my best endangered is when a species is endangered of becoming extinct like the SIberian tiger. Threatened is when a species is lilkley to be put on the endangered list, almost like a warnings saying that this species is going to be put on the endangered list soon.
Well in 1987 according to the biological statistics of Australlian Universty of Denwo which recorded the rate in which tigers were being reproduced had dropped drastically. They had proved that in Australlia the tiger had begun to be on the endangered species list by 1989. Also due to the illegal poachery in Australlia the tiger were put on the endangered species list. Yours, GypsyKing Rate (+1)
There are many endangered species in the world. A few would be the Grey Wolf, the Bengal Tiger, and the Bald Eagle. If you want to know more endangered species, go to this website: helpsavetheseahorses.blogspot.com/katieandsydney and click on the endangered animals button at the top of the website page.
There are nine subspecies of Tiger in total, and three of those are extinct, according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature, or the IUCN Red List. Four of the remaining six subspecies are listed as "endangered" and two are listed as "critically endangered." The Following list is the IUCN Red List endangered status for tigers. Amur Tiger -- Endangered Indochinese Tiger -- Endangered Malayan Tiger -- Endangered Sumatran Tiger -- Critically Endangered South…
The Tiger was first posted as "endangered" by the US Fish and Wildlife Services, or the US FWS Endangered Species List in 1970. Not long after that, they were listed by the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species, or "CITES" under Appendix I in 1975. Then in 1986 the International Union of Conservation for Nature, or the IUCN Red List posted the Tiger as an "endangered" species. For more details, please see the sites…