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Whats to Be Done about the Cause of This Kaos?

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Its known by many a certain Part of the world have in humane animal markets that are supposedly the cause of the corona virus. During this time I get that we are currently concerned with this deadly outbreak but I’m hoping that once things start to calm and we get ontop of this something should be done. We are all Mostly aware of suffering of these poor animals and the disgusting condition They go through. Its heartbreaking ...I just hope we all come together and finall put a stop to it.

LenoirLenoir
17 days ago
What do you think of this?
KijManhas
KijManhas17 days ago

Human and animals are in survival battle, if we don't eat them they eat us. If eating them can cause illness, imagine what's happen when they bite us. But, yes balance is good and I will encourage it.

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blacklabrador
blacklabrador17 days ago

True to a degree, but there is enough meat around (especially in China) that they don't need to eat bats.

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davidstockport
davidstockport17 days ago

blacklabrador The Chinese will eat anything, at our local take away they put Ginger in their curry . . . and the kids still miss that cat.☺

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Johnny
Johnny16 days ago

China has already announced a permanent ban on wildlife trade and consumption that international conservationists greeted as a major step.

Hopefully Thailand will follow but their wildlife markets are something of a mafia so could be driven underground if banned.

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angemski
angemski16 days ago

The first animal death, a dog from Hong Kong, has been reported so worrying times.

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AgnesFaludi
AgnesFaludi16 days ago

Yeah China and Vietnam has some uncontrolled animal markets, they not checked for viruses...

But I think it is poor who uses them and it is their government fault that they not get checked and legalized to trade with rules.

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Twollocks
Twollocks16 days ago

The Chinese will eat anything that moves, so never leave a bike unattended or that will be an appetiser

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