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A Chinese worker uses a depilator to remove fur of drakes after scalding them to death at a workshop of a poultry farm in Tongqiao village, Xidu town, Hengyang county, Hengyang city, central China's Hunan province, 16 February 2017. A poultry farm scalded tens of thousands of drakes to death every day in a village in Hengyang county central China's Hunan province. As soon as ducklings hatched for 20 days, the farm started to sell female ducks and scald male ones. Workers filled spoon nets with little drakes and boil them in 80 degrees Celsius water. After scalding ducklings to death, workers dumped them into a depilator. These dead drakes were finally sold to snake farmers or restaurants.
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A Chinese worker uses a spoon net to scald drakes to death at a workshop of a poultry farm in Tongqiao village, Xidu town, Hengyang county, Hengyang city, central China's Hunan province, 16 February 2017. A poultry farm scalded tens of thousands of drakes to death every day in a village in Hengyang county central China's Hunan province. As soon as ducklings hatched for 20 days, the farm started to sell female ducks and scald male ones. Workers filled spoon nets with little drakes and boil them in 80 degrees Celsius water. After scalding ducklings to death, workers dumped them into a depilator. These dead drakes were finally sold to snake farmers or restaurants.
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A Chinese worker prepares to scald drakes to death at a workshop of a poultry farm in Tongqiao village, Xidu town, Hengyang county, Hengyang city, central China's Hunan province, 16 February 2017. A poultry farm scalded tens of thousands of drakes to death every day in a village in Hengyang county central China's Hunan province. As soon as ducklings hatched for 20 days, the farm started to sell female ducks and scald male ones. Workers filled spoon nets with little drakes and boil them in 80 degrees Celsius water. After scalding ducklings to death, workers dumped them into a depilator. These dead drakes were finally sold to snake farmers or restaurants.
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A Chinese worker uses a spoon net to scald drakes to death at a workshop of a poultry farm in Tongqiao village, Xidu town, Hengyang county, Hengyang city, central China's Hunan province, 16 February 2017. A poultry farm scalded tens of thousands of drakes to death every day in a village in Hengyang county central China's Hunan province. As soon as ducklings hatched for 20 days, the farm started to sell female ducks and scald male ones. Workers filled spoon nets with little drakes and boil them in 80 degrees Celsius water. After scalding ducklings to death, workers dumped them into a depilator. These dead drakes were finally sold to snake farmers or restaurants.
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A Chinese worker uses a spoon net to scald drakes to death at a workshop of a poultry farm in Tongqiao village, Xidu town, Hengyang county, Hengyang city, central China's Hunan province, 16 February 2017. A poultry farm scalded tens of thousands of drakes to death every day in a village in Hengyang county central China's Hunan province. As soon as ducklings hatched for 20 days, the farm started to sell female ducks and scald male ones. Workers filled spoon nets with little drakes and boil them in 80 degrees Celsius water. After scalding ducklings to death, workers dumped them into a depilator. These dead drakes were finally sold to snake farmers or restaurants.
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A Chinese worker prepares to scald drakes to death at a workshop of a poultry farm in Tongqiao village, Xidu town, Hengyang county, Hengyang city, central China's Hunan province, 16 February 2017. A poultry farm scalded tens of thousands of drakes to death every day in a village in Hengyang county central China's Hunan province. As soon as ducklings hatched for 20 days, the farm started to sell female ducks and scald male ones. Workers filled spoon nets with little drakes and boil them in 80 degrees Celsius water. After scalding ducklings to death, workers dumped them into a depilator. These dead drakes were finally sold to snake farmers or restaurants.
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A Chinese worker uses a spoon net to scald drakes to death at a workshop of a poultry farm in Tongqiao village, Xidu town, Hengyang county, Hengyang city, central China's Hunan province, 16 February 2017. A poultry farm scalded tens of thousands of drakes to death every day in a village in Hengyang county central China's Hunan province. As soon as ducklings hatched for 20 days, the farm started to sell female ducks and scald male ones. Workers filled spoon nets with little drakes and boil them in 80 degrees Celsius water. After scalding ducklings to death, workers dumped them into a depilator. These dead drakes were finally sold to snake farmers or restaurants.
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A Chinese worker put dead drakes into boxes for sale after scalding them to death at a workshop of a poultry farm in Tongqiao village, Xidu town, Hengyang county, Hengyang city, central China's Hunan province, 16 February 2017. A poultry farm scalded tens of thousands of drakes to death every day in a village in Hengyang county central China's Hunan province. As soon as ducklings hatched for 20 days, the farm started to sell female ducks and scald male ones. Workers filled spoon nets with little drakes and boil them in 80 degrees Celsius water. After scalding ducklings to death, workers dumped them into a depilator. These dead drakes were finally sold to snake farmers or restaurants.
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A Chinese worker uses a spoon net to scald drakes to death at a workshop of a poultry farm in Tongqiao village, Xidu town, Hengyang county, Hengyang city, central China's Hunan province, 16 February 2017. A poultry farm scalded tens of thousands of drakes to death every day in a village in Hengyang county central China's Hunan province. As soon as ducklings hatched for 20 days, the farm started to sell female ducks and scald male ones. Workers filled spoon nets with little drakes and boil them in 80 degrees Celsius water. After scalding ducklings to death, workers dumped them into a depilator. These dead drakes were finally sold to snake farmers or restaurants.
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A Chinese worker uses a spoon net to scald drakes to death at a workshop of a poultry farm in Tongqiao village, Xidu town, Hengyang county, Hengyang city, central China's Hunan province, 16 February 2017. A poultry farm scalded tens of thousands of drakes to death every day in a village in Hengyang county central China's Hunan province. As soon as ducklings hatched for 20 days, the farm started to sell female ducks and scald male ones. Workers filled spoon nets with little drakes and boil them in 80 degrees Celsius water. After scalding ducklings to death, workers dumped them into a depilator. These dead drakes were finally sold to snake farmers or restaurants.
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A Chinese worker uses a spoon net to scald drakes to death at a workshop of a poultry farm in Tongqiao village, Xidu town, Hengyang county, Hengyang city, central China's Hunan province, 16 February 2017. A poultry farm scalded tens of thousands of drakes to death every day in a village in Hengyang county central China's Hunan province. As soon as ducklings hatched for 20 days, the farm started to sell female ducks and scald male ones. Workers filled spoon nets with little drakes and boil them in 80 degrees Celsius water. After scalding ducklings to death, workers dumped them into a depilator. These dead drakes were finally sold to snake farmers or restaurants.
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Drakes to be scalded to death are seen at a workshop of a poultry farm in Tongqiao village, Xidu town, Hengyang county, Hengyang city, central China's Hunan province, 16 February 2017. A poultry farm scalded tens of thousands of drakes to death every day in a village in Hengyang county central China's Hunan province. As soon as ducklings hatched for 20 days, the farm started to sell female ducks and scald male ones. Workers filled spoon nets with little drakes and boil them in 80 degrees Celsius water. After scalding ducklings to death, workers dumped them into a depilator. These dead drakes were finally sold to snake farmers or restaurants.
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A Chinese worker uses a spoon net to scald drakes to death at a workshop of a poultry farm in Tongqiao village, Xidu town, Hengyang county, Hengyang city, central China's Hunan province, 16 February 2017. A poultry farm scalded tens of thousands of drakes to death every day in a village in Hengyang county central China's Hunan province. As soon as ducklings hatched for 20 days, the farm started to sell female ducks and scald male ones. Workers filled spoon nets with little drakes and boil them in 80 degrees Celsius water. After scalding ducklings to death, workers dumped them into a depilator. These dead drakes were finally sold to snake farmers or restaurants.
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A Chinese worker uses a spoon net to scald drakes to death at a workshop of a poultry farm in Tongqiao village, Xidu town, Hengyang county, Hengyang city, central China's Hunan province, 16 February 2017. A poultry farm scalded tens of thousands of drakes to death every day in a village in Hengyang county central China's Hunan province. As soon as ducklings hatched for 20 days, the farm started to sell female ducks and scald male ones. Workers filled spoon nets with little drakes and boil them in 80 degrees Celsius water. After scalding ducklings to death, workers dumped them into a depilator. These dead drakes were finally sold to snake farmers or restaurants.
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A Chinese worker put dead drakes into boxes for sale after scalding them to death at a workshop of a poultry farm in Tongqiao village, Xidu town, Hengyang county, Hengyang city, central China's Hunan province, 16 February 2017. A poultry farm scalded tens of thousands of drakes to death every day in a village in Hengyang county central China's Hunan province. As soon as ducklings hatched for 20 days, the farm started to sell female ducks and scald male ones. Workers filled spoon nets with little drakes and boil them in 80 degrees Celsius water. After scalding ducklings to death, workers dumped them into a depilator. These dead drakes were finally sold to snake farmers or restaurants.
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Drakes to be scalded to death are seen at a workshop of a poultry farm in Tongqiao village, Xidu town, Hengyang county, Hengyang city, central China's Hunan province, 16 February 2017. A poultry farm scalded tens of thousands of drakes to death every day in a village in Hengyang county central China's Hunan province. As soon as ducklings hatched for 20 days, the farm started to sell female ducks and scald male ones. Workers filled spoon nets with little drakes and boil them in 80 degrees Celsius water. After scalding ducklings to death, workers dumped them into a depilator. These dead drakes were finally sold to snake farmers or restaurants.
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A Chinese worker uses a spoon net to scald drakes to death at a workshop of a poultry farm in Tongqiao village, Xidu town, Hengyang county, Hengyang city, central China's Hunan province, 16 February 2017. A poultry farm scalded tens of thousands of drakes to death every day in a village in Hengyang county central China's Hunan province. As soon as ducklings hatched for 20 days, the farm started to sell female ducks and scald male ones. Workers filled spoon nets with little drakes and boil them in 80 degrees Celsius water. After scalding ducklings to death, workers dumped them into a depilator. These dead drakes were finally sold to snake farmers or restaurants.
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A Chinese worker put dead drakes into boxes for sale after scalding them to death at a workshop of a poultry farm in Tongqiao village, Xidu town, Hengyang county, Hengyang city, central China's Hunan province, 16 February 2017. A poultry farm scalded tens of thousands of drakes to death every day in a village in Hengyang county central China's Hunan province. As soon as ducklings hatched for 20 days, the farm started to sell female ducks and scald male ones. Workers filled spoon nets with little drakes and boil them in 80 degrees Celsius water. After scalding ducklings to death, workers dumped them into a depilator. These dead drakes were finally sold to snake farmers or restaurants.
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A Chinese worker uses a spoon net to scald drakes to death at a workshop of a poultry farm in Tongqiao village, Xidu town, Hengyang county, Hengyang city, central China's Hunan province, 16 February 2017. A poultry farm scalded tens of thousands of drakes to death every day in a village in Hengyang county central China's Hunan province. As soon as ducklings hatched for 20 days, the farm started to sell female ducks and scald male ones. Workers filled spoon nets with little drakes and boil them in 80 degrees Celsius water. After scalding ducklings to death, workers dumped them into a depilator. These dead drakes were finally sold to snake farmers or restaurants.
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A Chinese worker put dead drakes into boxes for sale after scalding them to death at a workshop of a poultry farm in Tongqiao village, Xidu town, Hengyang county, Hengyang city, central China's Hunan province, 16 February 2017. A poultry farm scalded tens of thousands of drakes to death every day in a village in Hengyang county central China's Hunan province. As soon as ducklings hatched for 20 days, the farm started to sell female ducks and scald male ones. Workers filled spoon nets with little drakes and boil them in 80 degrees Celsius water. After scalding ducklings to death, workers dumped them into a depilator. These dead drakes were finally sold to snake farmers or restaurants.
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A Chinese worker put dead drakes into boxes for sale after scalding them to death at a workshop of a poultry farm in Tongqiao village, Xidu town, Hengyang county, Hengyang city, central China's Hunan province, 16 February 2017. A poultry farm scalded tens of thousands of drakes to death every day in a village in Hengyang county central China's Hunan province. As soon as ducklings hatched for 20 days, the farm started to sell female ducks and scald male ones. Workers filled spoon nets with little drakes and boil them in 80 degrees Celsius water. After scalding ducklings to death, workers dumped them into a depilator. These dead drakes were finally sold to snake farmers or restaurants.
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A Chinese worker uses a spoon net to scald drakes to death at a workshop of a poultry farm in Tongqiao village, Xidu town, Hengyang county, Hengyang city, central China's Hunan province, 16 February 2017. A poultry farm scalded tens of thousands of drakes to death every day in a village in Hengyang county central China's Hunan province. As soon as ducklings hatched for 20 days, the farm started to sell female ducks and scald male ones. Workers filled spoon nets with little drakes and boil them in 80 degrees Celsius water. After scalding ducklings to death, workers dumped them into a depilator. These dead drakes were finally sold to snake farmers or restaurants.
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A Chinese worker uses a spoon net to scald drakes to death at a workshop of a poultry farm in Tongqiao village, Xidu town, Hengyang county, Hengyang city, central China's Hunan province, 16 February 2017. A poultry farm scalded tens of thousands of drakes to death every day in a village in Hengyang county central China's Hunan province. As soon as ducklings hatched for 20 days, the farm started to sell female ducks and scald male ones. Workers filled spoon nets with little drakes and boil them in 80 degrees Celsius water. After scalding ducklings to death, workers dumped them into a depilator. These dead drakes were finally sold to snake farmers or restaurants.
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A Chinese worker uses a depilator to remove fur of drakes after scalding them to death at a workshop of a poultry farm in Tongqiao village, Xidu town, Hengyang county, Hengyang city, central China's Hunan province, 16 February 2017. A poultry farm scalded tens of thousands of drakes to death every day in a village in Hengyang county central China's Hunan province. As soon as ducklings hatched for 20 days, the farm started to sell female ducks and scald male ones. Workers filled spoon nets with little drakes and boil them in 80 degrees Celsius water. After scalding ducklings to death, workers dumped them into a depilator. These dead drakes were finally sold to snake farmers or restaurants.
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A Chinese worker prepares to scald drakes to death at a workshop of a poultry farm in Tongqiao village, Xidu town, Hengyang county, Hengyang city, central China's Hunan province, 16 February 2017. A poultry farm scalded tens of thousands of drakes to death every day in a village in Hengyang county central China's Hunan province. As soon as ducklings hatched for 20 days, the farm started to sell female ducks and scald male ones. Workers filled spoon nets with little drakes and boil them in 80 degrees Celsius water. After scalding ducklings to death, workers dumped them into a depilator. These dead drakes were finally sold to snake farmers or restaurants.
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A Chinese worker uses a spoon net to scald drakes to death at a workshop of a poultry farm in Tongqiao village, Xidu town, Hengyang county, Hengyang city, central China's Hunan province, 16 February 2017. A poultry farm scalded tens of thousands of drakes to death every day in a village in Hengyang county central China's Hunan province. As soon as ducklings hatched for 20 days, the farm started to sell female ducks and scald male ones. Workers filled spoon nets with little drakes and boil them in 80 degrees Celsius water. After scalding ducklings to death, workers dumped them into a depilator. These dead drakes were finally sold to snake farmers or restaurants.
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A Chinese worker prepares to scald drakes to death at a workshop of a poultry farm in Tongqiao village, Xidu town, Hengyang county, Hengyang city, central China's Hunan province, 16 February 2017. A poultry farm scalded tens of thousands of drakes to death every day in a village in Hengyang county central China's Hunan province. As soon as ducklings hatched for 20 days, the farm started to sell female ducks and scald male ones. Workers filled spoon nets with little drakes and boil them in 80 degrees Celsius water. After scalding ducklings to death, workers dumped them into a depilator. These dead drakes were finally sold to snake farmers or restaurants.
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