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Instagram’s new alert system fights animal abuse

A recent National Geographic’s investigation has revealed a disturbing fact: in the Amazon, the locals keep wild animals in captivity to lure the tourists to take selfies with them. This makes the animals suffer, it’s harmful and even deadly for them. So, Instagram has decided to educate their users about this dangerous trend. Their new […] The post Instagram’s new alert system fights animal abuse appeared first on DIY Photography.
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