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Det her er en samling historier jeg har skrevet hen af vejen.:D Nogle af dem er stile, mens andre er nogle jeg har skrevet fordi at jeg har lyst.:) Jeg vil meget gerne have noget konstruktiv kritik, en kommentar eller noget i den stil. Jeg vil skrive lidt om hver historie her.:) Og så hvilken karakter jeg får/fik Efter stormen: Det er en dansk-stil. Vi (min klasse) fik et kopiark med billedet "Efter stormen" af J. F. Willumsen, og så skulle vi skrive noget ud fra det.:) Listen: Det er en gyserhistorie, eller jeg ved ikke helt, men det er meningen at den skal være uhyggelig! Jeg ved ikke helt om det lykkedes.... Jeg fik 12.:D Planet i fare p.g.a. massemord: Lidt faglæsning om mit yndlingsdyr: Hajen.:D Jeg elsker dem seriøst, og det gør mig så ked af det at de bliver udryddet..:'( Ingen karakter..:( Men Anette (min dansklærer) kunne godt lide det.:)

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4. Steve Irwin - Faglæsning (Engelsk)

 

Steve Irwin

The Crocodile Hunter

 

Stephen Robert Irwin (22nd of February 1962 – 4th of September 2006) or better known as Steve Irwin or The Crocodile Hunter, was an Australian wildlife expert and conservationist.

 

His work

 

The first tv-show he was in was The Crocodile Hunter, the first episode was broadcasted in Australia in 1996, and marked the beginning of his career on screen.

In 1998, after the production of The Crocodile Hunter ended, he started a new tv-show, with director Mark Strickson, called The Ten Deadliest Snakes In The World.

He also appeared on several episodes of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and in several movies e.g. Dr. Dolittle 2 and The Crocodile Hunter: Collision Course.

 

His influence

 

Millions of tv-viewers worldwide, including an 8-year-old version of me – have been entertained, have learned and have been influenced by his intense and very direct manner on screen. It is rare to experience such an alive and engaged person and naturally this has influenced many to either change attitude toward preservation of nature and wildlife or to donate funds for the protection of the natural environment.

As mentioned earlier I was 8 years old when Steve Irwin died, but this influence and mark on other peoples and my life have continued after his much to early death.

I believe this will be the case for many years still, he has become and icon, a symbol, for wildlife preservation.

 

 

 

Why he should never be forgotten

 

God forgot a commandment: Thou shall honour, protect and respect nature for your own sake and for the sake of coming generations.

 

I strongly believe that we today are responsible for the quality of life of the future generations, and if we continue to blindfolded exploitation nature the way we do, then not many years will pass before doomsday for the wildlife as we know it.

 

I fear that my own grandchildren will experience elephants and giraffes on youtube and not in real life because they will have been wiped out. I fear that us, humans, care more for the preservation of our own race, then of the ones that have been here for millions of years before us. But I do not fear for my own dedication to this subject, and this is due to the 8-year-old girl seeing a program on a tv with a man named Steve Irwin.

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