Thursday, October 22, 2015
Visitors Can’t Tell If a Tourist Attraction Is Bad for Animals
In the first major study of wildlife tourism around the world, researchers at the University of Oxford’s Wildlife Conservation Research Unit—the same group that had been studying Cecil the Lion before he was shot in July—found that the millions of people who visit wildlife attractions each year don’t seem to realize that places they’re visiting have ill effects on animals.
Posted by Igor Purlantov at 5:19 AM
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