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Brenau student leading local effort to protect endangered tiger species
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Brenau University biology student Esther Sindler, left, and biology professor Jessi Shrout talk about the national Tigers for Tigers coalition to those gathered at the recent naming ceremony for the school’s Golden Tiger mascot. - photo by NAT GURLEY
A fascination with big cats and embedded passion for conservation has led Brenau University student Esther Sindler to join the global push to protect the endangered tiger species. To do this, she’s leading the new Brenau chapter of Tigers for Tigers, a national coalition of college students working together to protect the large cat. According to the national coalition’s website, around 3,000 tigers exist in the world today.