Overhunting bush animals threatens food security of Central Africa's rural communities
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Wild animals such as bonobos and large antelopes are being unsustainably hunted to meet overwhelming domestic demand for bushmeat. This is having serious impacts on both species diversity and rural forest communities who depend on wild sources of meat for up to 80% of the protein in their diets.
- CIFOR Test Harvesting