Your guide to making animal friendly choices on holiday
Tourist activities that exploit animals only continue because tourists choose to support them. As a tourist you have a choice – to avoid cruel practices and reward positive ones.
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21/09/2014 - The snake wine trade in Southeast Asia is legal (mostly) but is becoming a big problem for snake populations which are being killed for this industry. This article from the Natural History magazine explains that there are unlikely to be any scientific benefits from consuming snake wine – but there are plenty of problems…
20/09/2014 - While national parks are usually great for wildlife, sometimes the tourists who visit them can have negative impacts on the animals – for example, by overfeeding them. This article by Dawn Starin, first published in 2008, describes how this has happened in a park in the Gambia – since then, TripAdvisor reviews suggest that nothing has changed, and tourists are still being unofficially encouraged to feed and touch the green monkeys which is making them more aggressive.
19/09/2014 - While pictures are worth a thousand words, they don’t always tell you the full story. Here’s why Asha Wadher regrets going to the Tiger Kingdom, and the real story behind those pictures – originally posted on medium.com.