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LONDON, November 3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Abstract The South China tiger (Panthera tigris amoyensis) was the victim of government-sponsored wildlife extermination teams operating from 1952 to 1970s.
They include the Sumatran tiger, the Siberian tiger, the Bengal tiger, the Malayan tiger, the South China tiger and the Indochinese tiger, which is most at risk.
Butchered for traditional medicine, deprived of their habitat and killed for encroaching on villages, the onslaught has already seen three sub-species wiped out and the South China tiger has not been sighted for decades.
The South China tiger, vigorously persecuted after a bounty was placed on its head by Chairman Mao himself, is considered to be functionally extinct.
ae Officials involved in a set of fake photos supposedly showing an endangered South China tiger have been sacked.
They shipped out four tiger cubs from China and last November one of the females gave birth to the first South China tiger cub born outside Asia, Junior.
Forestry officials in Shaanxi face a furious backlash after confirming new pictures of the endangered South China tiger that later appear to be faked.
Along with the Chinese lake dolphin, giant panda and the South China tiger, it is listed as a National Class-1 protected wild animal in China.