Wild animals on sale for human consumption at Tomohon Extreme Market in North Sulawesi, Indonesia. Photo: YAKI Wild animals on sale for human consumption at Tomohon Extreme Market in North Sulawesi, Indonesia. Photo: YAKI
Wild animals on sale for human consumption at Tomohon Extreme Market in North Sulawesi, Indonesia. Photo: YAKI

Coronavirus: still in the mood for bat? At Indonesia’s ‘Tomohon Extreme Market’ it’s on the menu

  • Animals from cats to bats to snakes and monkeys are bludgeoned and torched in front of visitors’ eyes at this market, styled as one of the country’s ‘scariest’
  • Before the coronavirus outbreak, it had been popular with Chinese tourists; now health experts are warning it’s a hazard waiting to happen

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Wild animals on sale for human consumption at Tomohon Extreme Market in North Sulawesi, Indonesia. Photo: YAKI Wild animals on sale for human consumption at Tomohon Extreme Market in North Sulawesi, Indonesia. Photo: YAKI
Wild animals on sale for human consumption at Tomohon Extreme Market in North Sulawesi, Indonesia. Photo: YAKI
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