Consuming Nature: Photo Gallery Two

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Libreville, Gabon, 2000

"This person, on the way home from shopping at one of the Libreville bush-meat markets, carries a 'bagged' male mandrill. Libreville, the capital of Gabon, is headquarters to many Western conservation nongovernmental organizations. It is the one major town in central Africa where the meat of a wide range of endangered species is still openly on display."

Conservationist and photographer Karl Ammann

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Photograph by Karl Ammann
 
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