Chinese markets Scared animals, stacked in rusted cages one after the other, are part of the scene that has once again been seen in Chinese markets. Although nude meat is considered to be the trigger that brought coronavirus to man, this product is still being sold in China alongside cats and dogs.
In the bloody space, rabbits and ducks are also peeping, while some vendors also relish medications made by various species such as scorpions, snakes and spiders. This comes just days after Beijing began celebrating victory over the coronavirus and urging residents to come out as usual in order to recover the huge economic losses.
While many countries around the world are closing in on Wuhan, China, where coronavirus first appeared, life has begun to return to normal. But authorities are doing nothing to stop the tradition of eating wildlife, which is believed to have transmitted the infection to humans