Spain’s majestic fighting bulls are seen here (and above) grazing at a farm in the countryside.
The coronavirus pandemic has spelled disaster for Spain’s bullfighting season, which is from March to October.
It is very costly to look after these animals, so many of them are likely to be killed for their meat.
Breeders say the industry could lose more than €77 million (HK$652 million) during the lockdown.
Bulls from Spanish breeder Juan Pedro Domecq's graze at the 'Lo Alvaro' farm at the Castillo de las Guardas near Sevilla.
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