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RULES OF ENGAGEMENT

South Africa is to ban captive wildlife interactions for tourists. Will other countries follow suit? By Adam Cruise
THE SATSA GUIDE AND TOOLKIT TO WHAT IS AND ISN’T ACCEPTABLE MAY BE FOUND ON THE SATSA WEBSITE: WWW.SATSA.COM

Interactions with all infant wildlife, walking with predators or elephants, interacting with predators and the riding of wild animals are no longer acceptable practices in South Africa, according to the South African Tourism Services Association (SATSA).

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