It is highly unlikely that buffalo would have recovered some of there population if it wasn’t for our help. On the other side of this question is the statement that the buffalo never would have been so close to extinction if it wasn’t for humans. Without any sense of conservation, humans helped to reduce the buffalo population from roughly 60 million to under 300 buffaloes in a quarter of a century. It was at this point in 1894 when president Grover Cleveland finally made it illegal to kill wild buffalo and the buffalo population began its slow recovery.
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