1. ‘Tiger King’ Joe Exotic’s 10 Wildest Music Videos
- Author: variety.com
- Date Submitted: 04/06/2021 10:06 AM
- Average star voting: (4.81/5 stars and 50490 reviews)
- Summary: Of the nearly two dozen music videos currently housed on “Tiger King” star Joe Exotic’s YouTube channel, here are ten worth watching.
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2. A Definitive Ranking of ‘Tiger King’ Joe Exotic’s Over-the-Top Music Videos, from Best to Worst
- Author: people.com
- Date Submitted: 02/03/2019 08:26 AM
- Average star voting: (3.8/5 stars and 18172 reviews)
- Summary: All of Joe Exotic’s country songs, from ‘Here Kitty Kitty’ to ‘Bring It On,’ ranked
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3. Is YouTube promoting the exotic pet trade? Analysis of the global public perception of popular YouTube videos featuring threatened exotic animals
- Author: journals.plos.org
- Date Submitted: 01/12/2021 06:50 PM
- Average star voting: (4.1/5 stars and 20454 reviews)
- Summary: The exploitation of threatened exotic species via social media challenges efforts to regulate the exotic pet trade and consequently threatens species conservation. To investigate how such content is perceived by the global community, mixed model sentiment analysis techniques were employed to explore variations in attitudes expressed through text and emoji usage in public comments associated with 346 popular YouTube® videos starring exotic wild cats or primates in ‘free handling’ situations. Negative interactions between wild cats and primates with other species were found to be associated with both text and emoji median sentiment reduction, however were still accompanied by a median emoji sentiment above zero. Additionally, although a negative trend in median text sentiment was observed in 2015 for primates, an otherwise consistent positive median text and emoji sentiment score through time across all IUCN Red List categories was revealed in response to both exotic wild cat and primate videos, further implying the societal normalisation and acceptance of exotic pets. These findings highlight the urgency for effective YouTube® policy changes and content management to promote public education and conservation awareness, whilst extinguishing false legitimisation and demand for the exotic pet trade.
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4. From tigers to chimpanzees, how cute social media videos could be driving the exotic pet trade – ABC News
- Author: www.abc.net.au
- Date Submitted: 02/08/2021 05:27 AM
- Average star voting: (3.8/5 stars and 21294 reviews)
- Summary: Liking cute animal videos on YouTube might be helping to promote the illegal trade of wildlife, researchers say.
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5. Video platforms normalize exotic pets
- Author: www.sciencedaily.com
- Date Submitted: 10/10/2019 10:10 AM
- Average star voting: (4.5/5 stars and 84855 reviews)
- Summary: Researchers are concerned video sharing platforms could be contributing to the normalization of exotic pets and encouraging the exotic pet trade.
- Match with the search results: May 28, 2021 … These situations involved exotic animals interacting with humans or other animals, such as domestic cats and dogs. The videos examined received …