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Educational Outreach: Secondary (High) Schools and Universities
Feedback from the students of Worthington Kilbourne High School, Columbus, Ohio - September 28, 2006

Student - 22


  • There are eight subspecies of tigers, of which three are extinct. People in South East Asia are selling accessories made out of tigers such as the skin for pleasure and design, and bones for medicine. There are around 10,000 tigers captive in North America, and around 3,000 left in the wild. In twenty years, most tigers around the world will be extinct.
  • India losses 6 billion tons of soil each year due to deforestation and overgrazing. In twenty years, India will have a higher population than China. India is heading towards a famine.
  • Marr went into Chinatowns around the U.S. and showed the press how easily he could buy illegal medicines out of tiger. He went to countries without modern technology and with natural energy, help them generate fuel and electricity.


The speaker Anthony Marr spoke about the endangered species of animals, and how and why they are almost extinct. His presentation started with a video telling us information on tigers and wildlife. He gave us a slideshow on his journey around the world, which was nice because we got to see him at work. He was very informative on statistics and had a lot of confidence as he spoke. Even though his presentation was longer than others, I was very interested in what he had to say. He was humorous at times, which appealed to me and made me want to listen to him more.

My belief is that we, the U.S., need and should do more to protect the environment and the endangered animals. We need to do more to keep them safe in preservations and we need to find other ways to reach energy and reduce pollution. Also, animals should have very similar rights to those of humans to prevent from cruelty and usual punishment.

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