Published: 16:40, 12 April 2019
| Updated: 16:57, 12 April 2019
by Ka Yee Mak
Dozens of students have taken to the streets of Canterbury once again to protest climate change.
In its latest stunt, protestors from Extinction Rebellion Canterbury and other activist groups across the city turned the high street into a "cemetery for endangered species" - by lying on the ground holding up signs listing species that are facing extinction.
It is the third "Youth Strike 4 Climate" to be staged in the city in recent months.
Protestors met at Whitefriars Square before marching to the Friends Meeting House by The Marlowe, where the group shared food, performances and speeches.
Previous protests have seen hundreds of schoolchildren flood Canterbury's streets, decrying the government's "lack of action on climate change".
On January 5, they blocked St Peter's Place - stopping traffic around Westgate Towers in a bid to raise awareness of global warning.
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