Children of the All-Russian Children's Center "Ocean" with the support of the Amur Tiger Center, have created the second episode of the social animated film, which was named "The Tiger Hunter".
The main goal of the project is to draw attention to the problem of the Amur tiger preservation and to raise public awareness against poaching. The animation film calls to stop hunting the rare striped predator. It was created in July 2014 by the participants of the Ocean Media Parade.
The premier of the second cartoon series about the Amur tiger took place at a gala meeting in the Primorsky Opera and Ballet Theater in Vladivostok dedicated to Tiger Day. The audience greeted the children's creation with loud applause.
Recall that the All-Russian Children's Center "Ocean" has been cooperating with the Amur Tiger Center for two years now, a couple of projects have already been completed. In May 2014, 132 young specialists from the All-Russian Children's Center "Ocean" took part in a tree planting near the village of Alekseyevka of Nadezhinskiy district organized by the Amur Tiger Center with the support of the Primorye Department of Forestry. The students, accompanied by specialists from the Center, went to the taiga, where they planted 5,000 cedar seedlings.
This summer Ocean announced an Art Contest called "A day of life of the Amur tiger". Best works were published in the Center’s calendar of 2015, and the winners were awarded with vouchers for camp trips.
The Ocean also participated in the citywide celebration of Tiger Day on September 28. A joint column of schoolchildren from Ocean and the Amur Tiger Center joined the carnival parade.