In Australia, tourists are too actively photographed with wombats

In Australia, tourists are too actively photographed with wombats


  • 21.01.2019
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In Australia, tourists are too actively photographed with wombats

On the Australian island of Mariah, the authorities tried to limit the encroachment of tourists on the tranquility of fauna, writes the news portal RIA. The island is a tourist mecca due to the diversity of the animal world and the possibility to observe wild mammals and birds close by. It is worth noting that tourists do not protect the peace of animals. Wombats, mammals that look like big hamsters or small bears, are especially hard hit. Wombats are very peaceful and friendly, which is what travelers enjoy, forgetting that animals are wild. Wombats are not only taking pictures, but taking selfies with them. That is why the authorities installed signs asking them to respect the animals "with fur and feathers."


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