A group of bulls checks out the shelves at the Fusion supermarket in Mui Wo on February 7. The fresh produce section was to their liking. Photo: Facebook

Blame Hong Kong people for wild cattle snacking in supermarkets over Lunar New Year

  • Squeezed out of their natural habitats, cattle have learned to raid bins and even developed a taste for human food and scraps
  • Trails of trash left by humans have changed their foraging habits, as well as their diets
Topic |   Hong Kong environmental issues

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A group of bulls checks out the shelves at the Fusion supermarket in Mui Wo on February 7. The fresh produce section was to their liking. Photo: Facebook
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