Both Tigers and Snow Leopards have the same endangered species classification–“Endangered”. This classification is only one step up from “critically endangered” which means the animal is very close to extinction.
There is an estimated 4000 – 6500 snow leopards left while there is around 4,000 tigers left. 3 tiger subspecies are already extinct with a 4 being close behind.
Well, it is tough to say if one is more endangered because they both suffer dearly. They estimated range for snow leopard wild populations is about 3500 to 7000, while the wild tiger populations are about 5000-7000. Though there are many different subsets of the tiger, some of which have gone completely extinct, like the Caspian, Javan, and Bali tigers). We know they are both in trouble because both are, “listed on the World Conservation Union’s (IUCN) Red List of Threatened Species as “Endangered,”.”
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