Ever wondered about the story behind the wild animals before taking a selfie. Animal selfie is a rising trend among friends, colleagues or the next door neighbor allergic to pets. The showcasing animals in zoos or tourist zones used to live in the wild with their free will. Tortured, scattered and abused to bring them from wild forests to your photo gallery named animals selfie!
Poor little Sloths looking at you with a faded smile across the face. That just made you crazy to give a tight hug. But that ain’t true Sloths do not want a hug-they just want to survive. Evidence suggests sloths die within six months after being captured from the wild where they typically pass quiet and sleepy lives. That ruined by the noise of the city dwellers.
It’s time to take tiger selfies. Tigers considered one of the strongest among animals. Who wants to miss the chance of taking a selfie with the mightiest warrior of the jungle. This dream is now a business in Thailand. 17 venues listed housing up 830 tigers to entertain tourists. Tiger cubs are separated from their mothers at an early age to use as props for a selfie. A year ago 40 dead cubs found in the freezer of Tiger Temple located in the west of Bangkok. Accused of heavily sedating, beating with sticks and kept tigers in concrete cells pushed the authority to seize 137 tigers from their custody.
Dolphins the adorable sea creatures caught on the purpose of human entertainment.Banned in the United States couldn’t stop high-speed boats chasing dolphins in the sea.Results in death due to excessive stress.Those
who which survive live their life in a swimming pool not bigger than yours.
Tips from WAP
DON’T take a wildlife selfie if:
- I’m being held, hugged, or restrained
- You’re baiting me with food
- I could harm you
DO take a wildlife selfie if:
- You keep a safe distance from me
- I’m in my natural home
- I’m free to move, and not captive
34 billion images posted by 700 million users on Instagram. Among these tens of thousands of selfies found with wild animals. This social platform hasn’t issued any guidelines to prevent the cruelty behind the animal selfie. World Animal Protection started a campaign named Wildlife Selfie Code. Sign up to raise the campaign against animal cruelty. Instagram will take the numbers in consideration to set new guidelines to differentiate living and non-living.
Buy a monkey from a nearby toy store. It will pose as you want and won’t bite too.