The conservation effort being put toward these animals is second-to-none; captive breeding and reintroduction programs will probably keep both animals from ever going extinct. They are both charismatic mega-fauna, which means they are highly relatable and revered creatures whose conservation efforts are the most publicized and well funded.
That being said, the panda is probably more at risk because of their incredibly specified reproductive process. Panda’s are only fertile for several months of the year and captive breeding programs haven’t been as successful as with tigers. Also, pandas range is much smaller than that of the tiger. Both animals are endangered but the fecundity of the panda is much lower compared to the tiger.
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