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How You Can Help Stop Animal Abuse in the Tourism Industry

Dear Travelers, While I was in Sigiriya, Sri Lanka, eating kottu (a traditional spicy stir-fry of shredded roti bread with vegetables and chicken), I noticed a scene outside the restaurant that I’ve witnessed many times before: tourists riding an elephant. I sighed in despair. That animal they were so happily riding was mostly likely abused […] The post How You Can Help Stop Animal Abuse in the Tourism Industry appeared first on Nomadic Matt's Travel Site.
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