Animal rights activists pounce on Khloe Kardashian for tiger selfie

Animal Rights Activists Pounce on Khloe Kardashian for Tiger Selfie
Animal Rights Activists Pounce on Khloe Kardashian for Tiger Selfie



Khloe Kardashian's Dubai selfies are causing controversy again. This time not for what she's wearing but for what animal she's snuggling up to.

Animal rights activists are upset over this photo posted by Kardashian on Instagram ...

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... which shows the reality star getting kisses from a tiger cub. She also took the heat for posting this:

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A photo of her hugging a baby orangutang. Both the orangutang and the tiger are endangered species. A spokesperson for World Animal Protection told the Daily Mail. "Tiger cubs belong in the wild, with their mothers-not in captivity for use as entertainment or photo props."

Animal rights activists aren't the only ones she's angered while in Dubai. Kardashian made headlines for this selfie ...

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... dressed in a niqab, a traditional garment worn by muslim women, she captioned the photo with "Habibi Love." "Habibi" in Arabic, means "my baby," or "my darling" and some saw this as disrespectful.

All the pictures are are still up on her account. Maybe she's not bothered, or she's just unaware? She's also got shots of feeding a giraffe, and kissing a fish tank and cozying up to a stingray. This is more like Zoo-keeping up with the Kardashians.

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