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This photo taken on February 8, 2020 shows a vendor selling bats at the Tomohon Extreme Meat market on Sulawesi island, as business is booming and curious tourists keep arriving to check out exotic fare that enrages animal rights activists. - Bats, rats and snakes are still being sold at an Indonesian market known for its 'extreme' wildlife offerings, despite calls to take them off the menu over fears of COVID-19 coronavirus link. (Photo by Ronny Adolof Buol / AFP)
2020-02-08
RONNY ADOLOF BUOL/AFP/East News
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