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Ourvac - Some time ago, Rihanna shared photos loris, a rare animal of Thailand while on holiday in Phuket. Afterwards, the movement emerged against tourists who take pictures with similar animals . 

All started from Rihanna's vacation to Phuket. In a photo of herself holding a look slow loris, a small mammal that lives in Asia. From there, there is a new campaign launched by animal protection groups Care For The Wild. 

The campaign is part of the Care for the Wild 's RIGHT - tourism.org. This is a campaign to prevent the tourists torturing animals in a way that they consider fun. Because many tourists who photograph with rare animals like the loris is in Thailand. 

Loris is cute, with round eyes and large, small body and delicate feathers. So many are exasperated and wanted to take pictures with. Photographed by loris certainly no pay themselves. But you know , the one animal that has a toxic bite. 

The tourists who take pictures with they will not be worried about that one thing . Because pet owners are convinced they are not dangerous. Worse, by not dangerous, the animal teeth pulled out. Even more pathetic , these animals are given a shirt to make it look more cute and adorable when photographed. 

According to Care For The Wild, the animals are usually taken forcibly from their mother. Not a little of their mother who eventually died because they want to maintain the child. Plus, animals are active at night have super sensitive eyes. So, let alone flash light cameras certainly painful for them. 

Care For The Wild has launched several awareness posters to attract the tourists before take pictures with these animals. In one poster black background, looks a tourist with obfuscated face pose with loris who's wearing. 

Posts ironic was framing these posters. Some sentences such as, " You've just killed my mum ... " or that means you've just killed my mother, and " 1 2  , say OUCH " or for " 1,2,3 said, AUW " . 

According to the CEO of Care For The Wild, Philip Mansbridge, they do not blame the tourists who had posed as perhaps their ignorance. But now, with this campaign, the tourists are expected to be more thoughtful response to this problem.