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What can stop people eating wild animals? A new study looks for answers

Post-pandemic campaigns to cut consumption of wildlife in Asia should target specific groups – rather than entire populations – because driving factors vary among people, according to the authors of an international study.According to the study, published in the peer-reviewed journal Nature Ecology & Evolution on Monday, reducing consumer demand for wild animal products may be a more thorough way to cut consumption and the risk of a new pandemic than regulatory efforts.But influencing behaviour…

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