- The company has pledged to donate $10,000 if people stop posting the pictures
- It has said the pictures ‘take advantage of beautiful creatures’ torn from their natural environment
- The move follows pressure from animal rights group PETA, which wrote to co-founder Sean Rad
- Selfies with tigers are so popular on the site that a number of Instagram accounts have been set up to share them
Dating app Tinder has called on its users to stop posting pictures of themselves alongside heavily-drugged tigers.
The company has said it is time for the selfies to go, claiming they take advantage of ‘beautiful creatures that have been torn from their natural environment’.
It follows calls from animal rights activists to act on the images, which they say appear frequently…
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