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Is bushmeat vegan?

Bushmeat is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is bushmeat?

Bushmeat refers to the meat of wild animals that are hunted and consumed by humans, typically in sub-Saharan Africa and other parts of the world. The term encompasses a wide range of species, including primates, rodents, antelopes, and crocodiles, among others. While bushmeat has been a part of traditional diets in many regions for centuries, over-hunting and the global trade in illegal wildlife has led to ecological imbalances and the spread of zoonotic diseases like Ebola and COVID-19. As such, there is increasing awareness of the need for sustainable and responsible hunting practices, as well as alternatives to bushmeat in local diets.

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