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Dr. Amanda Vincent holds the Canada Research Chair in Marine Conservation and is Director of Project Seahorse, an international and interdisciplinary marine conservation organization based at the…+ More details
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Dr. Laurie Marker is a finalist for the 2010 Indianapolis Prize. Reaching speeds of 70 mph within seconds, the cheetah is the fastest land animal in the world. Yet, this feline cannot run away from…+ More details
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Dr. Gerardo Ceballos is a finalist for the 2010 Indianapolis Prize. From establishing the first land easement in Mexico to leading the first scientific group ever to publish the patterns of distributions…+ More details
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Dr. Carl Safina is a finalist for the 2010 Indianapolis Prize. Dr. Safina co-founded Blue Ocean Institute in 2003. He now works mainly to help highlight and explain how the ocean is changing and…+ More details
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Iain Douglas-Hamilton, Ph.D. (born 1942) is recognized by many as the one of world’s foremost authorities on elephant conservation, focused on understanding elephant choices by studying their…+ More details
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The Indianapolis Prize is the world's leading award for animal conservation. The Prize is given every other year to an individual who has made extraordinary contributions to conservation efforts involving a single animal species or multiple species.
For each Indianapolis Prize, short films are created to tell the stories of the finalists to the world.
All films written and directed by Matt Mays, Mays Entertainment, LLC