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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 - 39


  • The speaker Anthony Marr is an environmentalist who is trying to protect the tiger populations in India and Asia.
  • Mr. Marr has a physics degree, but decided to get into preservation after feeling that it was necessary to help the helpless animals. Since there are already three subspecies of tigers that are no longer with us, he felt that it was time to put his full effort and all his life into this cause. He plans to cut down the 10 billion dollar wildlife trade throughout the world.
  • In 1993, the TIME magazine declared that the tiger was "DOOMED".
  • To try to breed white tigers require deliberate inbreeding, which brings out other unsound characteristics.


I really enjoyed Anthony Marr’s presentation at Kilbourne. He had some great pictures to go along with a great presentation. It does seem to me that the tigers need our help in keeping people away and letting them be for a while, while they try to at least make an attempt at repopulating. He has possibly gotten me to get into more volunteer work for the environment. I think he should come back next semester so I could watch him again.

There was also a lot of good information given to the students, and the way he spoke was a lot better than the past couple of speakers. It seemed that he was organized and knew a lot of what he was going to say.

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