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Sudeh elementary school held an exhibition to support wildlife
Sudeh elementary school held an exhibition to support wildlife

On February 19th 2015, Sudeh Elementary School held a painting exhibition with the topic “I want to stay alive”, supported by the Persian Wildlife Heritage Foundation. 78 drawings by 4th graders were exhibited to support threatened species.
After 5 weeks of learning, these students depicted how abandoned plastic could damage nature and wildlife.
This exhibition had 2 goals, to familiarize students with Iran’s wildlife and to donate the proceeds to rangers.
A similar exhibition had also taken place last year in Sudeh School, with the support of the Conservation of the Asiatic Cheetah Project (CACP) and the Persian Wildlife Heritage Foundation, the proceeds of which had been donated to rangers of Asiatic cheetah habitats as a token of appreciation for Nowruz, the Persian New Year.