Why are seahorses endangered?
Seahorses are mostly endangered because some people use them for
because people like catching them for souvenirs and they also like drying them. Chinese also catch them because they use them for medicine.
There is only one species of tiger, whereas there are about 30 species of seahorse. The IUCN considers most seahorses Data Deficient, although there are some threatened seahorse species. Tigers are considered endangered. Seahorses can reproduce more quickly and therefor recover faster than tigers. For all of the above reasons, I consider tigers more endangered.
There are 34 different subspecies of the Seahorse, that are listed on the IUCN Red List. They show a status from "endangered" with the population decreasing, to "data deficient" with the population unknown. Also, they have protection through the CITES, and their trade rules. The import, and export of seahorses has been under CITES control since May of 2004. While, Norway, Japan, South Korea, and Indonesia, all rejected the trade rules set by CITES for…