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Wild animals feeling COVID-19 pinch

COVID-19 has completely halted all of our travel plans, resulting in those involved in the tourism industry to seriously reconsider their future. But while our thoughts are on the humans affected, we can’t forget about the animals that get used for tourists activities.

Many of these animals rely on traveler’s funds to get fed and without this income, they’re forced to go hungry and suffer.

Australian non-for-profit charity, Animals Australia, have been partnering with animal welfare groups around the world to help provide support to these animals.

Louise Bonomi, Director of Development at Animals Australia, joins John Stanley to discuss all the support that Animals Australia provides and how you can assist.

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