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How the Middle East's water shortage drives demand for live animal imports

23.01.2020
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The increasingly dry region relies on imports of sheep and cows from as far as Brazil to satisfy the rapidly growing populationCows are waiting in pens, on sweet-smelling fresh straw. They have come to Lebanon from Spain, from Romania. In the one end of the alley are two pens packed with enormous Brahman cattle, standing well over six feet with their distinctive humps, all the way from Brazil."They are the most aggressive," says one of the slaughterhouse staff. "It's just their personalities." Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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