Unhappy campers: I'm a Celeb

Stop the use of live creatures on ITV's I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here

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Having returned for its 22nd season, I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here is one of ITV's most anticipated reality shows. It's also one of the most worrying.

Every year, we are faced with serious concerns about the use of animals, including snakes, insects and other live creatures during the filming of the show.

Since 'I'm a Celebrity' was first aired, animals have been dropped, thrown, handled roughly, crushed, chased, overcrowded, scared by contestants and prevented from escaping from stressful experiences.

With this year's series return to Australia, we're more concerned than ever about the use of live animals on the show and the example it sets for viewers.

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