‘Must Do Travels’ Pulls Bear Cub Video From Facebook, Commits to Not Promoting Wild-Animal Interactions!

After learning from PETA that wild animals used for photo ops are ripped away from their mothers prematurely and often trained through violence and coercion, Must Do Travels agreed not to promote interactions with wild animals! The travel giant, which has more than 8.5 million followers on Facebook, had previously posted a video showing a woman holding a baby bear on her lap, but it promptly removed it at PETA’s request.

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— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind