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Krowa z iluminatorem na brzuchu (7)

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TOPSHOT - A picture taken on June 21, 2019, shows a cow with a "porthole" surgically inserted into their sides to allow access to their stomach contents, in the research centre owned by Sanders company, a subsidiary of the international French agro-industrial group Avril, near Le Mans, in Saint Symphorien, northwestern France, a day after French animal rights group L214 published a video denouncing the practice. - Known as cannulated or fistulated cows, the animals are fitted with a porthole-like device that can be opened, allowing direct access to the largest of their four stomachs in order to optimise and regulate nutrition. The practice has been in use for decades by researchers and the agricultural industry, though it is not widely known to the general public. (Photo by JEAN-FRANCOIS MONIER / AFP)
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A picture taken on June 21, 2019, shows a cow with a "porthole" surgically inserted into their sides to allow access to their stomach contents, in the research centre owned by Sanders company, a subsidiary of the international French agro-industrial group Avril, near Le Mans, in Saint Symphorien, northwestern France, a day after French animal rights group L214 published a video denouncing the practice. - Known as cannulated or fistulated cows, the animals are fitted with a porthole-like device that can be opened, allowing direct access to the largest of their four stomachs in order to optimise and regulate nutrition. The practice has been in use for decades by researchers and the agricultural industry, though it is not widely known to the general public. (Photo by JEAN-FRANCOIS MONIER / AFP)
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A picture taken on June 21, 2019, shows a cow with a "porthole" surgically inserted into their sides to allow access to their stomach contents, in the research centre owned by Sanders company, a subsidiary of the international French agro-industrial group Avril, near Le Mans, in Saint Symphorien, northwestern France, a day after French animal rights group L214 published a video denouncing the practice. - Known as cannulated or fistulated cows, the animals are fitted with a porthole-like device that can be opened, allowing direct access to the largest of their four stomachs in order to optimise and regulate nutrition. The practice has been in use for decades by researchers and the agricultural industry, though it is not widely known to the general public. (Photo by JEAN-FRANCOIS MONIER / AFP)
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A picture taken on June 21, 2019, shows a cow with a "porthole" surgically inserted into their sides to allow access to their stomach contents, in the research centre owned by Sanders company, a subsidiary of the international French agro-industrial group Avril, near Le Mans, in Saint Symphorien, northwestern France, a day after French animal rights group L214 published a video denouncing the practice. - Known as cannulated or fistulated cows, the animals are fitted with a porthole-like device that can be opened, allowing direct access to the largest of their four stomachs in order to optimise and regulate nutrition. The practice has been in use for decades by researchers and the agricultural industry, though it is not widely known to the general public. (Photo by JEAN-FRANCOIS MONIER / AFP)
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A picture taken on June 21, 2019, shows a cow with a "porthole" surgically inserted into their sides to allow access to their stomach contents, in the research centre owned by Sanders company, a subsidiary of the international French agro-industrial group Avril, near Le Mans, in Saint Symphorien, northwestern France, a day after French animal rights group L214 published a video denouncing the practice. - Known as cannulated or fistulated cows, the animals are fitted with a porthole-like device that can be opened, allowing direct access to the largest of their four stomachs in order to optimise and regulate nutrition. The practice has been in use for decades by researchers and the agricultural industry, though it is not widely known to the general public. (Photo by JEAN-FRANCOIS MONIER / AFP)
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A picture taken on June 21, 2019, shows a cow with a "porthole" surgically inserted into their sides to allow access to their stomach contents, in the research centre owned by Sanders company, a subsidiary of the international French agro-industrial group Avril, near Le Mans, in Saint Symphorien, northwestern France, a day after French animal rights group L214 published a video denouncing the practice. - Known as cannulated or fistulated cows, the animals are fitted with a porthole-like device that can be opened, allowing direct access to the largest of their four stomachs in order to optimise and regulate nutrition. The practice has been in use for decades by researchers and the agricultural industry, though it is not widely known to the general public. (Photo by JEAN-FRANCOIS MONIER / AFP)
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A picture taken on June 21, 2019, shows a cow with a "porthole" surgically inserted into their sides to allow access to their stomach contents, in the research centre owned by Sanders company, a subsidiary of the international French agro-industrial group Avril, near Le Mans, in Saint Symphorien, northwestern France, a day after French animal rights group L214 published a video denouncing the practice. - Known as cannulated or fistulated cows, the animals are fitted with a porthole-like device that can be opened, allowing direct access to the largest of their four stomachs in order to optimise and regulate nutrition. The practice has been in use for decades by researchers and the agricultural industry, though it is not widely known to the general public. (Photo by JEAN-FRANCOIS MONIER / AFP)
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