Saiga Antelope Overview
Genus/Species: Saiga tatarica
CMS Listing: Appendix II
IUCN Conservation Status: Critically Endangered
Listed as a Critically Endangered Amazing Species on the IUCN Red List 50, the saiga antelope will soon be extinct in the wild without continued, sustained intervention from passionate conservationists. A creature of Russia, Mongolia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, and Turkmenistan, the saiga antelope has been categorized by the WWF as one of the most economically, ecologically and/or culturally important species currently existing on the planet. This page is intended to serve as a scientifically verified, up-to-date overview for anyone looking to learn more about the current plight of this wondrous species [This section is a placeholder. The idea is to give a brief overview of species but more importantly, sell the intrinsic value of the species by highlighting endearing traits, associating it as a symbol of its Range States etc (this may have a less professional tone though - depends on what direction you want the page to go in)].
Saiga Population Distribution