Blood-soaked wet markets selling bats, dogs and snakes continue to operate across South-East Asia as coronavirus pandemic ravages the globe

Markets filmed in Cambodia, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, China.

Wet markets selling live animals including bats, dogs and snakes are continuing to operate across South-East Asia, despite the coronavirus pandemic.

Shocking pictures and videos show the animals crammed into tiny cages at markets in countries including Cambodia, Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam and China, where the outbreak is believed to have first emerged.

One horrific clip shows a rabbit in its death throes, while another shows live chickens, geese, monkeys and toads waiting to be slaughtered or sold.

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