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‘Another Wuhan in the making’?: Undercover in a Thailand market selling live animals

29 April, 2020
Foreign Affairs Correspondent

Across Asia crowded wet markets are very much open for business.

Wet markets selling live animals have been branded dangerous by the World Health Organization.

But across Asia – crowded wet markets are very much open for business. Yesterday, the conservationist Jane Goodall told this programme about her fears about human interference with animals.

Our foreign affairs correspondent Jonathan Miller has been secretly filming inside South East Asia’s biggest live animal market in the heart of Bangkok – which one Thai newspaper says is “another Wuhan in the making”.

Wet markets selling live animals have been branded dangerous by the World Health Organization.

But across Asia – crowded wet markets are very much open for business. Yesterday, the conservationist Jane Goodall told this programme about her fears about human interference with animals.

Our foreign affairs correspondent Jonathan Miller has been secretly filming inside South East Asia’s biggest live animal market in the heart of Bangkok – which one Thai newspaper says is “another Wuhan in the making”.

Source: Chanel4

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