Wildlife consumption and behavioral influence

The COVID-19 coronavirus, which is widely believed to have originated in Wuhan in the Hubei province of China, has brought into focus the global health dangers posed by “wet markets” where wildlife are sold along with other foods for human consumption. Non-governmental organizations such as the World Wide Fund and Humane Society as well as the UN’s Biological Diversity Executive Secretary and the Director of

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