PETA's animal rights group has brought up a debate of arguments alone to criticize Steve Irwin, the Australian watchman, on what would have been 57 years of age & # 39; crogodile.
Google paid tribute to the famous zookeeper on its homepage homepage by replacing its logo with a cartoon from Irwin holding crocodile. This is the first in a series of illustrations that illustrate the famous adventures of Aussie.
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The flood homepage of searches related to the star of TV, which died after being tracked by heart by stingray in 2006. It also drew people's attention to Ethical Animal Treatment (PETA), which accused the internet giant o send a Meaning of "dangerous wild message".
#SteveIrwin kill while disturbing a ray; His baby met when feeding crocodile wild animals who thought about their own business. Today #GoogleDoodle sends a dangerous message. Wild animals have the right to be left alone in their natural habitats. https://t.co/9JfJiBhGLw
– PETA (@peta) February 22, 2019
In a very predictable event, those comments were not well received on Twitter, with thousands of people revealing their allegations at PETA. At the time of writing the message, the message has attracted around 1,600 retweets but has inspired 40,000 remarkable responses.
The answers offer a serious analysis of PETA actions with many accusing the controversial lobbying group of publicity publishing at any price. YouTuber Ryan Magee accuses operators "Curious Marketing" a "Drag the name of a dying dead man through the mud".
"Steve Irwin and his family reclaim land for animals and run a huge wildlife," writer Maureen Johnson wrote. "His life mission was to save animals and educate people about them. I'm one of a lot of vegetarians that span their hair when @peta is weighed in. Imagine you."
Tweets that mention PETA's euthanasia statistics have also received thousands of lovers and retweets. The group says it carries out aurances on a compassionate basis.
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PETA later returned to her tweet ratio, accusing Irwin of harassing animals and saying he was acting. "Not a target with a message of wildlife protection."
It has not announced an apology and does not look like it will come at any time soon.
Steve Irwin's actions were not targeted with a message of wildlife protection. A real wildlife expert and someone who respects the animals they leave them to their own business in their natural homes.
– PETA (@peta) February 23, 2019
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