Oh dear, and snow monkeys was high on my list. Hopefully that first photo is atypical.
I know there were several specific instances in India with tigers. I am sure there are problems, but I have to say that in my 3 trips there, the tigers had the right-of-way, the vehicles stayed on the road, and the cats seemed oblivious to the parade of Gypsies. It could get to be a zoo for the people and I even had a stranger board our vehicle, but that did not affect the tiger.
Photography of fascinating animal behavior ends up so drastically affected by less fascinating but highly predictable human behavior: The desire to be the best, out-do the rest. Grab the accolades and glory. Unfortunately sometimes at any cost. Phenomenal photos is the new cool and too many of us gotta be so cool.
"A combination of one-upmanship, over-enthusiasm and ambition to be famous is driving people to get what they want. Moreover, to be seen roaming in the wilderness all the time and posting stunning photographs is perceived as cool."