Spine-chilling videos show bats and civets kept in packed, filthy cages at wet markets despite links to Covid-19

PETA called for countries to ban the operation of such markets and argued they were a breeding ground for diseases.

Despite being linked to the outbreak of the coronavirus that has infected more than four million people worldwide, wet markets across several southeastern-Asian countries are not only open but thriving.

The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) captured the horrific conditions under which numerous animals are kept in such markets in China, Vietnam, Cambodia, the Philippines, and Thailand, and called for the countries’ governments to shut them down.

In the video, live animals, including dogs, cats, bats, and monkeys, can be seen crowded together in rusty cages while rotten food and their waste covered the ground.

In full: https://meaww.com/horrific-footage-shows-animals-bats-packed-filthy-cages-wet-market-despite-coronavirus-pandemic

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