It’s hard to say for certain, but I think it is highly likely they would have been. The only reason they wouldn’t be extinct (presuming we didn’t try to save them) is if there were so few of them that no one could find the last couple to kill.
In 1893, it was estimated that barely over 300 buffalo lived in North America. In 1905, the American Bison Society was made and it established wildlife preserves and protection policies. By 1929, 3,385 buffalo were counted, and the efforts to save them were successful.
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