Why tigers became extinct?
Tigers are not yet extinct but are among the animals that are endangered. Tigers are endangered because human beings destroy their habitat. Their food is also scarce while competitors and enemies are many.
the reson is easy... their pelts were rare and became the number one most wanted furniture in the world, so by 1978 most of the types of tigers were extinct hoped this helped =D The Caspian, Javan, and Bali tigers are extinct. Mainly because of poaching for body parts, and habitat destruction. There are six subspecies still around, though all are endangered.
No they have been extinct a long time There have been several distinct species of sabertoothed cats through prehistory, all of which are now extinct. There was even one marsupial sabertoothed "cat." The last of the sabre-toothed tigers died thousands of years ago. no they are extinct, and they have been extinct for exactly 11.000 years They did exist, but only in history. Due to the Ice Age and other complications the saber tooth tiger…