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    Come si può sapere se un'attrazione o un'attività può nuocere a un animale?

    For Airbnb Experiences and Adventures that include animals, Airbnb has partnered with World Animal Protection to provide guidelines and articles that seek to promote the safety of wild animals in the wild and in captivity, as well as domesticated animals under human care.

    Good animal welfare is measured by fitness and a sense of well-being. Airbnb hosts commit that their experiences strive to ensure the highest quality of life for animals involved, using the guiding principles of animal welfare, the Five Freedoms:

    1. Freedom from hunger and thirst
    2. Freedom from discomfort
    3. Freedom from pain, injury, and disease
    4. Freedom to express normal behavior
    5. Freedom from fear and distress

    Conduct that violates our guidelines

    If you come across an experience that violates the Animal Welfare Guidelines, threatens the safety of our hosts or guests, or risks the welfare and/or conservation of animals, please contact us. If applicable, make a note of the date, time and location, as well as the type of animals involved in the experience.

    If we are made aware that an experience and/or host violates our platform policies, community standards, or terms of service, we take action including permanent removal from our community if warranted. We’re constantly reviewing and revising our platform policies and protections in order to make our community safer and higher quality.

    Partner disclaimers

    Courtesy of World Animal Protection. ©2019 World Animal Protection. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

    The World Animal Protection name is used with its permission, which in no way constitutes an endorsement, express or implied, of any product, service, company, opinion or political position. For more information about World Animal Protection, please visit worldanimalprotection.org.

    Read the original article by World Animal Protection.