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Wuhan bans eating wild animals as coronavirus drives a crackdown in China
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Wuhan bans eating wild animals as coronavirus drives a crackdown in China

Published: May 20, 2020  |  3 min read, 620 words
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Beijing — The city at the center of the crisis has banned the eating of wild animals and Chinese farmers are being offered cash to quit breeding exotic animals. Both moves come amid mounting pressure for China to crack down on the illegal wildlife trade that has killed more than 320,000 people.The local administration in Wuhan, the city of about 11 million people in China's central Hubei province where cases of the new coronavirus were first recorded late last year, announced Wednesday that the eating of all wild animals was officially banned. The city also banned virtually all hunting of... READ MORE
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