National Geographic

Photo by @kirstenluce | In December 2018, this sloth and 21 other animals were rescued from Puerto Alegria, Peru, where they were kept illegally to pose with tourists for selfies. Veterinarian Maria Violeta Barrera Navarro holds a sloth. An investigation by the nonprofit @fentropika showed that these animals were dying rapidly in captivity, replaced by new animals poached from the wild.
The Peruvian National Police, wildlife authorities from Peru, and veterinarians from @fentropika staged a raid to seize the wild animals kept for "selfie tourism."






@neypanlican HAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!! Grabe ka talaga. HAHAHA 😂🤣


We should take those "humans" to show and do the same to them...


That sloth is right where i wanna be


@imperfectly_zen tooo much perfection


عکس زشتی گرفتی


What''s wrong with people?!


@synneygirl awe 💔😢


hey, pretty neat photograph, ensure that is stays up


hi, particularly wonderful display, ensure that is stays up






This breaks my heart. Humanity is to thank for global warming and to add insult to injury ever mistreated God's creatures for eons. These innocent parties that are collateral damage in a world where they have never been given a choice is the saddest part of the world we live in, imho. They don't deserve the treatment they get from exploitation to habitat loss to extinction. What did they ever do but exist?!


خوب بود


Disgusting what people will do 4 a pic, and 2 animals in general!!!


@_haleyjordan_ I didnt read the whole thing! I tagged you bc it was a sloth. I agree though!


@shealey_m 😢😢 even tho I hate sloths they still top cute to die


hello there, real elegant image, make sure that it stays up


@mrz_gallegos 🤢🤢🤢🤢🤢


لایک داری


Love your feed 💙


@mari_lens_ anche iooooo😍😍


@aprila562 that’s why I asked you if you’ve seen married at first sight 😂




Breathtaking one

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