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Meet Jordana from the Wildlife Hospital Dunedin
Web conferences with Jordana
The following questions from schools are answered by Jordana in web conference 1:
- What is the most common sickness or problem that you see at the wildlife hospital?
- What is the most endangered species you have treated at the hospital?
- What made you start caring about the environment and New Zealand's native animals?
- What is the most skills you need to be a veterinarian?
- How many animal habitats do you have at the hospital?
- Do you treat every animal or are there some animals you cannot treat, for example if they are too big or too dangerous?
- We have been investigating bugs and insects. Some of us have created a bug hospital for our class and school. Have you ever tried helping an insect or bug at your hospital?
- How many animals do you treat in a week?
- How is your hospital funded?
- What is the oldest and youngest patients the hospital has treated?
- How many workers do you have at the wildlife hospital and how old do you have to be to volunteer there?
- Do the staff ever stay overnight?
- What do you enjoy most about your job?
The following questions from schools are answered by Jordana in web conference 2:
- Why did you start up the hospital and who did you start it up with?
- What is the strangest animal you have taken care of and why?
- What animal did you have to do the biggest operation/rehabilitation on?
- How old do you have to be to be a volunteer at the Hospital? Do they need to have qualifications, if so what?
- What is the most rewarding or memorable part of your job?
- What is the most difficult animal you have worked with?
- What is the most common or favourite creature you see in the hospital?