Turn your back on wild animal selfies

Wild animals around the world face a lifetime of suffering, just to entertain tourists. If you can hug, ride, touch or take a photo with a wild animal, it’s very likely that it has been cruelly trained.

Young animals are often separated from their mothers, caged in cramped and filthy conditions and subjected to torture, so that they will submit to being photographed and handled by tourists. Help end this abuse.

tiger walking away with its back to camera

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I stand with World Animal Protection and will not take part in any holiday activities that involve touching or taking selfies with wild animals. Wildlife. Not entertainers.

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