A man wearing a protective face mask walks by a poster promoting wildlife protection in Beijing on March 11 last year, after the authorities began to crack down on the sale of wild animals in wet markets. Photo: AP A man wearing a protective face mask walks by a poster promoting wildlife protection in Beijing on March 11 last year, after the authorities began to crack down on the sale of wild animals in wet markets. Photo: AP
A man wearing a protective face mask walks by a poster promoting wildlife protection in Beijing on March 11 last year, after the authorities began to crack down on the sale of wild animals in wet markets. Photo: AP

Letters | If even Covid pandemic can’t teach respect for wildlife, humanity is doomed

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A man wearing a protective face mask walks by a poster promoting wildlife protection in Beijing on March 11 last year, after the authorities began to crack down on the sale of wild animals in wet markets. Photo: AP A man wearing a protective face mask walks by a poster promoting wildlife protection in Beijing on March 11 last year, after the authorities began to crack down on the sale of wild animals in wet markets. Photo: AP
A man wearing a protective face mask walks by a poster promoting wildlife protection in Beijing on March 11 last year, after the authorities began to crack down on the sale of wild animals in wet markets. Photo: AP
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