10 things you didn’t know about bushmeat in Africa

What is bushmeat? Bushmeat is defined as any terrestrial mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians harvested for food. 10 facts about bushmeat in Africa: Bushmeat accounts for up to 80 percent of the protein intake of people in Central Africa. Up to 6 million tons of bushmeat are extracted from the Congo Basin each year —... Read more

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