Scientists say the pangolin endangered by Chinese smuggling may have passed the coronavirus to humans
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February 14, 20203 min read, 631 words

Scientists say the pangolin endangered by Chinese smuggling may have passed the coronavirus to humansScientists say the pangolin endangered by Chinese smuggling may have passed the coronavirus to humans

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Published: February 14, 2020  |  3 min read, 631 words
Before now news stories about pangolins, endangered ant-eating scaly mammals found in West and Central Africa and Asia, have focused on how China’s insatiable thirst for their meat and scales has led to a rapid decline in its global population. The recent news linking the animal...
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Biased
February 17, 2020
The facts cited here are pretty thin, and alternative explanations that've been advanced aren't discussed at all. The story seems driven more by concern about endangered animals, and specifically how Chinese consumers may encourage decimation of them around the globe. Too much agenda for my taste.
February 17, 2020
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