Instagram says do not take selfies with wild animals

Instagram says do not take selfies with wild animals

Instagram says do not take selfies with wild animals

From now on, Instagram searches for hashtags like #TigerSelfie will get a pop-up warning that the keywords "may be associated with posts that encourage harmful behavior to animals or the environment", Instagram said in a blog post. You'll see if when viewing these flagged hashtags, but users posting photos under the same hashtags will not receive the warning.

These animals are often victims of the tourism industry, and paying for pictures with exotic animals may put them and endangered animals at risk, the guidelines explain.

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That selfie with the adorably lazy sloth can have an impact on the animal more than people realize - so starting Monday Instagram is warning users about their photos' potential link to animal abuse and harm.

A hashtag like #slothselfie would trigger the new alert system, according to National Geographic, as would #koalaselfie according to the image above. Their prevalence has grown 292 per cent on the platforms since 2014, World Animal Protection found - often to the animals' detriment. "The protection and safety of the natural world are important to us and our global community".

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Taking a selfie with a wild animal and uploading it to social media may seem like a harmless thing to do. Plus, all these pay-to-post images kinda normalize grabbing any animal and snapping a pic-like in this horrifying story of idiots murdering a baby dolphin for Insta, or this woman who killed a swan for a selfie. Kardashian and her half-sister, model Kendal Jenner, are also regular visitors to the Black Jaguar-White Tiger animal rescue foundation, which houses exotic animals including pumas, lions and jaguars.

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