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#2. Animal Selfies: More than a Selfie

The rise of social media has made selfies an everyday occurrence (guilty as charged!). But when they involve wildlife, they can quite literally put their lives as risk. Animal selfies are not only driving tourism around the world, but some bad practices affect the conservation of species.

In this episode of the Fancy Scientist podcast, learn about why animal selfies are more than just a selfie, and how you can take more ethical photos of wildlife that send a more powerful message.

Taking ethical animal selfies with a wild African savanna elephant in Kenya.
Taking ethical animal selfies with a wild African savanna elephant in Kenya.

I’ll explain animal selfie do’s and don’ts and how to take ethical wildlife photography in general. Additionally, you’ll hear about some of my animal stories all around the world from trekking gorillas in Rwanda to spotting orcas in Vancouver.

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Blog posts and other helpful resources for Animal Selfies:

7 Guidelines for an Ethical Animal Selfie

Suffering Unseen: The Dark Truth Behind Wildlife Tourism

Why people risk their lives for the ultimate animal selfie

5 Guidelines for Ethical Wildlife Tourism

Orca Ecotourism: A Bucket List Adventure for Wildlife Lovers

When Photographers Get Too Close, Wildlife Pays the Price

SUFB 1005: In The Name Of Conservation

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