Fish Carcasses Sold to Africans

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In villages between Lake Victoria and the Serengeti Ecosystem, truckloads of rotting fish carcasses are driven to the local markets and sold.  The filets are cut off in the processing plants in Musoma and then the Africans get to eat the bones...The filets are shipped to the EU...This is a cotton production area and these people have just sold their crops.  They have money to buy good food, but they don't have a market for it.
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In villages between Lake Victoria and the Serengeti Ecosystem, truckloads of rotting fish carcasses are driven to the local markets and sold. The filets are cut off in the processing plants in Musoma and then the Africans get to eat the bones...The filets are shipped to the EU...This is a cotton production area and these people have just sold their crops. They have money to buy good food, but they don't have a market for it.
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