For Tony From Anthony Marr   1 comment

Anthony Marr shares his thoughts about Tony and the recent ALDF lawsuit:

“This is the most intense and exhaustive campaign for a single animal I have ever participated in. All conceivable solutions have been tried by all, including myself writing Sandlin offering to help him convert his “exhibit” into a tiger conservation museum. He could have become a hero. but will forever remain a villain. I’m happy for everyone, most of all for Tony.”

Please see these links for more about Anthony’s appreciated efforts to help Tony:

Anthony Marr holds a science degree from the UBC and has worked as a field geophysicist and an environmental technologist. In 1995, he became a full time wildlife preservationist, which has brought him to India three times, earning him the title of the “Champion of the Bengal Tiger” in the Champions of the Wild TV series aired in 20 countries. As an anti-hunting activist, he has conducted high profile campaigns in Canada for the bears and seals, and been to Japan twice for the whales and dolphins. He is the founder of Heal Our Planet Earth (HOPE) and is is the author of two books: “OMNI-SCIENCE and the Human Destiny” (2003) and “Homo Sapiens! SAVE YOUR EARTH!” (2008).  Visit Anthony:


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  1. It is great that Tony is to be freed, but it would be good to see him relocated before the licence expiry.
    There is a lone leopard pacing month after month in his cage at the Gorge Wildlife Park just outside Adelaide, SA. Although this animal is not breathing fumes and has a bit of vegetation in his somewhat larger (than Tony’s) wire enclosure, he has a very lonely confined life. Perhaps Mr DeCaprio and others can lend their weight for this poor fellow, whose jaw is set, head down as he beats his weary path.

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