Thursday, February 18, 2010

Is this an acceptable conservation video?

Check out this tiger video from WWF. It was filmed in Indonesia, and has some critics outraged. Personally I don't have a problem with what they did.

Is that a tiger?! from WWF on Vimeo.

Go here if you want to see it in it's original habitat, and go here if you want to add your reaction.

9 comments:

Kevin Zelnio said...

Its stupid and fails to make any point, but nothing I would be outraged about.

Jason R said...

What is the outrage about? Can you summarize?

Mark Powell said...

Some said it was frivolous and "cheapened" a substantive group like WWF. I think it was fun but a bit wasted because it did't have a clear message.

Dr Dan said...

I don't see the point or the outrage. But it was funny.

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Animal Fact Finder said...

I agree with Kevin and would expect more from an organization like the WWF. I wonder if it will have any impact on the donations they receive?

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Mutuelle said...

Very funny scenery, the picture is too dark. There should have been more light for a better view.