Photo: sloth

Trying to take a picture with rare animals causing stress and its tribulations.

The government of Costa-Riginality to ban selfies with the wild animals and birds going to the Ministry of environment of Costa Rica. This was stated by the head of the Ministry of environmental protection Pamela Castillo, reports The Tico Times.

“We are asking tourists not to feed wild animals and not to catch them for pictures,” she said.

Tourists from around the world visit the national parks of the state in Central America to see monkeys, sloths, toucans and other fauna. While trying to take a picture with rare animals causes those stress and its tribulations.

One of the measures to combat the selfie will be the location of the stuffed animals at airports.

Elephant to death trampled a man to selfie

Earlier, the Chinese tourists forbade to be photographed with the pandas.

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