I think it will be very difficult get get tigers off of the endangered species list because their habitat is being destroyed. This means less room for a larger Tiger population, since they are carnivores less animals to sustain a larger population. Human population growth in the India and Southeast Asia are not lessening and will put more pressure on the areas that support tigers now. Not to mention the ongoing problem with poaching, the less tigers there are the more valuable their fur.
With the right combination of conservation efforts, we could eventually see a rise in tiger populations. In the 1940’s there were less then 40 Siberian Tigers left in the wild. Today, approximately 500 survive in the wild. There is a possibility that the tiger can make a come back, however conservation efforts need to go into hyperdrive.
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