Animal Welfare Project Group 4

Animal Welfare Project Group 4


Hi! So todayyy we’re going tooooo what eeee We’re going to help in the deer shelter right here in Tunghai University there’s the deer yeah see we’ll helping them Tunghai University deer shelter was formally known as the office of the deer group As a department participate in the Taiwan sika deer building program And then build a physilogical laboratory to conduct research And also provide students with internship opportunities In 1969 the last well sika deer in taiwan dissapeared in eastern taiwan, so the sika deer in taiwan are now rehabilitated There were many wild sika deer in Taiwan in the early days However, due to the destruction of the habitat and the over-exploitation of the deer skin, the wild sika deer was extinct After that, the sika deer of the Taipei Zoo was preserved through the Kenting National Park and the sika deer was released in 1994 There are no natural enemies near the wild, and the sika deer grows steadily The number is about 1,300, and the number of wild sika deer may be more right now There are still some wild deer in Taiwan, especially in Ludao and Mazu island, they are also kept in zoos and farms talking about sika deer characteristics, they have some unique features the sika deer is a medium-sized deer with dark brown colored body sika deer’s back is black colored, with a black ventral surface and with a white colored belly, and there’s a lot white colored plum-blossom like spot. The sika deer is named for it’s white plum-like spots on the back so we can easily extinguish sika deer from other deer. so I will explain shortly about the volunteer job today we got some task to do with the help from the employee here We contacted this employee through Jenshiang because he’s an animal science student and he already know the employee First task, we’ve been assigned to clean the floor where the deers stay and have a rest Now, we were cleaning their poop, we’re cleaning the place where they eat and play So it’s very important because we don’t want them to eat their own poop it’s kinda awkward because we actually looked like we’re giving their poops to the deer it’s their fault they were standing in the wrong place we’re preparing hay for them no problem guys, it’s not that heavy we have to make sure that the hay is full enough so the deer will not be hungry Hi, my name is Pieter, and today this is the first time I came here in Tunghai University I’ve been here for four years and it’s the first time I’ve been here and this is the first time too I came here and doing a volunteer job here and i think it’s quite fun and i think in the future if i got a chance to help animal shelter, maybe I’ll do it again My name is Andy although we can only do some simple work today like feeding grass wash the bucket and clean their poops, but I think for me it’s an unforgettable memories. Hello, my name is Jen-Shiang because I’m from animal science department i think doing this activity is important why is it important? why is important for us to help them? because if we don’t help them then who else will help them? so it’s very important. so why is it important? $%^& why this is important? because if we take care of them, they will be healthier! soooooooooooo we finished the activity today andddddd yeah it’s been a wonderful experience, even though we didn’t done much, but I think we’ve got
some experience that people might haven’t done it yet so yeah that’s it. it’s a good activity!

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