Buried Alive: Chinese Authorities Deal With Wildlife Surplus
Some rural authorities in China have been tasked with the 'removal' of animals now banned under new Chinese wildlife trade regulations.
XIANING, HUBEI, CHINA — Some rural authorities in China have been tasked with the 'removal' of animals now banned under new Chinese wildlife trade regulations. How they go about this, is horrifying.
However, with the Wuhanvirus bringing the world almost to its knees and with pressure from the international community, Chinese authorities pressed pause on the trade of wild animals; bamboo rats, porcupines, and snakes didn't make the list of livestock.
The video you just saw is how local authorities are dealing with these now banned animals.
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