Caras, Roger Andrew
Born: May 24, 1928 AD
Died: 2001 AD, at 72 years of age.
1928 - Born on May 24th in Methuen, Massachusetts. American animal welfare activist and author.
1954 - Married to Jill Landon Barclay on September 5th.
1962 - Mr. Caras was the author of more than 70 books about animals and their habitats. His first, "Antarctica: Land of Frozen Time," was published.
1975 - He joined ABC-TV and was for 17 years a special correspondent exclusively assigned to stories about animals, wildlife and the environment.
1980 - He was a member of the School's Board of Overseers.
1984 - He was the recipient of an honorary degree, an Ll.D., from the School of Veterinary Medicine at the Centennial Convocation on October 15th.
1990 - He received the Centennial Medal.
1991 - President of the American Society for the Preventions of Cruelty to Animals.
1997 - He was an adjunct professor of animal ecology.
2001 - Died of heart attack on February 18th in Towson, Maryland.
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