I thought it was very interesting to learn about all his adventures. It was cool to hear about things we don't talk about everyday in school.
I really enjoyed his talk and how it was more of a lesson about animals in Nepal and his adventures there, instead of only about the book. The pictures that he showed us also helped to enhance the presentation. I really liked it! It inspired me to get involved in nature and do something to protect endangered species.
I liked my time with Eric Dinerstein because he showed us what his secret camera looks like.
I liked it because it gave me something to relate to and learn even more about something that I really care about. I think other animals are just as important as us (if not more) because we actually wouldn't live without them!!! And killing them for FUN isn't helping anybody or anything! I really agreed with his viewpoints and I liked him a lot! I wish there were more people like him who's care about saving animals and their habitats.
I liked Eric Dinerstein because he seemed extremely devoted to his studies. He didn't brag about his studies on animals instead he informed us about them. He was a really humble and devoted man. He seemed like he knew what he was going to do in his life and he did it. I loved his presentation.
I liked that Eric Dinerstein talked more about the actual animals then about the book. I did not like that we did not get to ask many questions!
I am so glad he came and I had a lot of fun listening to him and learning about animals and nature in other parts of the world. I agree that humans are impacting wildlife too much and that something needs to be done, and I think that spreading awareness to the next generation is a great step towards the solution.
I liked it because I learned a lot and was able to connect with him. He explained everything in way that was interesting. I want to read his book now and am compelled to write about my own experiences.
I liked hearing about how he came up with his book and the stories he had about living with the elephants.