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Instagram Cracks Down on Harmful Wild Animal Selfies

Whether you’re bragging about your life on Facebook or fishing for hookups on Tinder, there are few things more powerful on social media than a selfie with a cute animal. However, some folks […] The post Instagram Cracks Down on Harmful Wild Animal Selfies appeared first on Geek.com.
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