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Munir Virani:
Munir Virani: Warum ich Geier liebe

TED@Nairobi · 6:41 · Filmed May 2012
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Munir Virani: Munir Virani: Warum ich Geier liebe
6:41 · Filmed May 2012 at TED@Nairobi · Subtitles available in 33 languages

Als natürliche Müllabfuhr sind Geier entscheidend für unser Ökosystem – warum also ihr schlechter Ruf? Warum sind so viele von ihnen vom Aussterben bedroht? Raubvogelbiologe Munir Virani meint, dass wir diesen einzigartigen und missverstandenen Kreaturen mehr Aufmerksamkeit schenken müssen. Dass wir, um die Geier zu retten, unsere Einstellung ihnen gegenüber ändern müssen.

Raptor biologist, wildlife photographer
Munir Virani is a raptor biologist and wildlife photographer, and Director of the Peregrine Fund Africa Program, devoted to conserving birds of prey. Full bio
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