Why Are Tigers Endangered?

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Michelle New Zealand Profile
Why are they endangered because they need space to  hunt and we as human beings are invading there space on a daily basis, so they start to kill easy pray like cattle and people kill them because of that and then it is wonderful for trophy hunters to be able to say that they killed the biggest and the best of the cats in the wild.  In other wards it is due to us that they are endangered
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Tigers are endangered mainly from poachers. Poachers are people who hunt illegally. There used to be 100,000 tigers in Asia alone and now there are only 4,000 tigers left around the whole world. Poachers even hunt in parks where some tigers live. Some people will pay 65,000 dollars for 1 tiger skin.

So that is basically why tigers are endangered, and maybe if we try hard enough we can get them back.
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The worlds changing then why the humans will not change
actually the humans should be hunted   by tigers and we should only be extinct
then only we will no the   importance
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They are endangered because of poachers and loss of habitat
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Tigers are mainly endangered because of poachers
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Steven Vakula answered
Just like other endangered animals they have been hunted for sport mostly. They also are killed from a fear factor similar to sharks.
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I think because people are hunting them too too much. That`s why tigers are endangered.
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There habitats are being destroyed and killing the tigers... Poachers are also killing them for there fur to make coats and other accessories
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I think they are endangered because they are being killed because of there fur and there other accessories for rich people to keep them warm\

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