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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 - 52

Summary:

  • The population of tigers in the wild is diminishing. The Siberian tiger has about 150 left. The South China tiger has only 10 left in its natural habitat.
  • Deforestation and overgrazing (by Indiaís 500 million sacred cows), together with climate change, are reducing much of India to desert.
  • Tigers are being killed for their skins (for vanity) and bones (for medicine).

Opinion:

I really liked his presentation because he had pictures of his experience and it definitely seemed like he knew what he was talking about. I do agree with what he is doing because you donít need tiger skin to survive.

Not only is he trying to save the tigers, he is also helping the people of India which is very helpful to them. He is also doing the right thing by making the villagers self-dependent instead of just giving them a solar oven and hoping that it doesnít break.

I do wish we had more time because I would also like to hear what he had to say about the other animals he is trying to save. I would also like to hear about any other trips he has made or any other countries he has gone to, to do this same type of thing. He definitely convinced me in wanting to help save the animals and the environment.
 

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