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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 - 27


  • It is up to the younger generation to protect the tiger and other endangered species.
  • "If we lose these wild things, life will be less worth living."
  • The snow leopard is the most endangered big cat.
  • There are approximately 8 males and 40 females, plus their cubs, in a 400 square mile tiger reserve.
  • There are 3,000-4,000 tigers in the wild, and some 10,000 in captivity. The problem with captivity is that captive tigers donít know how to hunt, raise cubs or deal with the wild tigers, and we are running out of wild habitat.


Anthony Marr from HOPE had the most impressive presentation so far. He had way more information and facts than any other speaker. The other speakers didnít impress me much on this score. I also like how he didnít try and put a lot of blame on one particular group or person. The other speakers often place the blame on particular people, not people as a whole.

The slides and pictures of Marrís presentation really helped emphasize what is wrong with the poaching and habitat destruction, and why it is necessary for some change to take place. It is incredible how passionate he is, and his passion is what will really in the end motivate people to help him and be on his side. The only weakness Anthony Marr had was not leaving time for questions, but I donít blame him for that because he had a lot of information to present.

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