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The Thorny Issue of Bushmeat and Zoonotic Disease

News   Oct 23, 2020 | Original story from the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture

 
The Thorny Issue of Bushmeat and Zoonotic Disease

Antelope species are among the most acceptable and most harvested animals in the bushmeat market. Adam Willcox, University of Tennessee research associate professor, displays an antelope head from a recently harvested Ugandan kob by hunters in a community adjacent to Uganda's Murchison Falls National Park. Credit: Robert Omara.

 
 
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