In Bali, endangered wildlife is on open sale at markets.
This includes metre-long iguanas, parrots, large-eyed owls with clipped wings, porcupines, pythons; kept in cruel, unsanitary circumstances.
Not only is this dangerous when it comes to health and spreading diseases, this has worsened the endangerment of many species. It also keeps these wildlife in cruel conditions, whereby they are trafficked and bred in unethical ways.
Read the full article here: https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2022/1/26/endangered-protected-wildlife-for-sale-in-bali-bird-market