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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 - 34


  • Get involved with some sort of organization that will help endangered species. You donít have to do that much, but try to do something. Even the smallest amount of time of volunteering will help achieve something towards saving endangered species.
  • If humans continue to do what they are doing soon there will be no habitats left for wild animals to live in. Try and find alternative ways to fuel like solar power.
  • Also, to sum it up, tigers are a very important part in our environment.


I thought he did a wonderful job of presenting. To be honest, before he came in, I thought the presentation would be rather boring and just a waste of time, but it turned out to be what I think is probably either the best or one of the best presentations that I will hear throughout this class. The slide show I thought helped keep us informed on what he was talking about and I also thought that it had a very large quantity of good pictures and good information in it.

Also, he did a good job of informing us that he isnít just trying to save the tigers. He is also trying to save other endangered animals as well as trying to help the world and the environment become a better place.

Also, I was sick when I heard him speak and I think he did a good job of keeping me awake and informed of what he was talking about because he did such a good job of presenting and I donít think that just any speaker could do something like that.

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