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Beijing farmers hunt protected animals for fur and profit (3/4)

2014-12-11 13:55 Ecns.cn Web Editor:Gu Liping
Skins of Chinese rock squirrels are hung on the interior wall of a farmer’s yard in Yanchi county, Mentougou district of Beijing on Dec 10, 2014. Local farmerts hunted and killed the protected animal to get its pelt, which are sold for five yuan ($0.8) each and can be made into gloves, ink brushes and fur collars. [Photo/CFP]
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