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NIGERIA PHOTO SET WEST AFRICA WILDLIFE TRADE

Lagos (Nigeria), 09/06/2020.- A Pangolin and other wildlife is displayed for sale as bushmeat at a wet market in Lagos, Nigeria, 09 June 2020 (issued 12 June 2020). For centuries across West Africa wildlife has been traded for food in the culturally accepted business of bushmeat sales. For many families in rural areas this old tradition of hunting and selling bushmeat is their single means of income. The World Animal Protection is calling for a stop on all wildlife trade. The charity is driving a campaign to support a global trade ban for wildlife at the G20 meeting of world leaders in November to protect wildlife and help prevent future zoonotic pandemics. According to World Animal Protection wild animals captured from their natural habitat or bred in captivity are typically placed in cramped cages and unhygenic conditions causing suffering and creating a lethal hotbed of disease. This can harm humans when coming into contact with them as occurred with Covid-19. EFE/EPA/AKINTUNDE AKINLEYE ATTENTION: This Image is part of a PHOTO SET[ATTENTION: This Image is part of a PHOTO SET]

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