Why Is the Siberian Tiger Endangered?

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Siberian tigers are endangered due to the fact that man is always poaching them for their fur and for their body parts used in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Other reasons are habitat destruction, harsh climatic conditions and lack of enough food.
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The main reason that the Siberian Tiger's population has declined and it is now considered endangered is that they are illegally hunted. They have also suffered from the destruction of their habitats and being cut off from their food supply.
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The Siberian Tiger has sadly become endangered due to poaching and habitat destruction. They are poached for their furs and their habitats have been destroyed over time from excessive
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The danger of extinction of these wonderful animals is real and if we compare the amount of them at the beginning of this century when the population of these cats was about 100.000
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