When Did The Siberian Tigers Become Endangered?

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In 1959
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The Siberian Tiger was declared endangered in 1959 and was awarded protection after that.
Now about 500 Siberian Tigers exist in the world and these numbers are considered to be stable.
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1959
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The Siberian Tiger population was severely affected by the Russian Civil War of the 1930's, and the Soviet Union did prohibit the legal hunting of tigers, within their borders in 1947. The US Fish and Wildlife Services Program, listed the Siberian Tiger as "endangered", according to the Endangered Species List, in 1970. The Russian government, working with other groups, such as the WWF, created The Siberian Tiger Project in 1992.
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In 1959.
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