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Due to poaching, loss, and fragmentation of habitat, the Bengal Tiger went extinct in 2048. It remained extinct well over the 21st century. However, in 2148, using existing DNA Samples, the Tiger was brought back in the Beijing Zoo. It is unknown if the Bengal Tiger was brought to extinction a second time, due to overpopulation, nuclear warfare, pollution, environmental terrorists, significant deforestation, ozone depletion, resources depletion, water shortages, and overhunting.