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    Deerly unbeloved:

    Wild deer set to wreak havoc in UK woodlands as venison demand plunges
    https://www.theguardian.com/environm...demand-plunges

    Game dealers have lost a large part of their business in the last 10 months. Alan Hayward, who co-owns Vicars Game in Newbury, Berkshire, said he usually took in 200 deer carcasses a week but now he was only getting in between 40 and 50.

    “There’s no demand, with all the restaurants closed,” he said. “I’m telling everybody to cut back and stop shooting.”
    Hayward, one of the country’s biggest game dealers, said the price had dropped by a third since March: “Farm shops are a little bit busier but it doesn’t compensate for the loss of catering, which is 70 to 75% of my business.”

    Wild deer herds grow by up to 30% each year, with the population expanding by 600,000 between May and June. With deer stalkers not culling as many animals, concerns are growing that already large herds could eventually devastate woodland habitats for other species.

    Gareth Fisher, an RSPB ecologist, said excessive deer populations had a detrimental impact on the habitats of many birds, including nightingales, warblers and willow tits. “If you’ve got lots and lots of deer then you tend to get more uniform habitats where there are fewer niches for the other species,” he said. “That’s the big issue.”

    Fisher said that if deer were not controlled, species such as nightingale would lose out. “We are not looking to completely remove deer,” he said. “We very much appreciate that deer are an important part of the ecosystem, but the deer population needs to be sustainable. There are no natural predators that are going to keep the deer population in balance so humans have to take on that role.”

    Martin Edwards, head of deer management at the British Association for Shooting and Conservation, which represents thousands of stalkers, said it was crucial to cull the female deer in the winter months.

    Venison is increasingly regarded as a healthy, sustainable and readily available alternative to other types of red meat. “Deer are the most amazing sustainable food asset in Britain,” said Robinson. “You’ve got this large protein which has no cholesterol and is full of antioxidants… with none of the health issues that come with red meat.”

    The British Deer Society, which promotes deer welfare, argues that culling should be carried out humanely and only where there are problems. “We recognise the need to keep deer numbers in check,” said Charles Smith-Jones, the society’s technical adviser. “But we are concerned about the means. It has to be done humanely. You don’t just go out and shoot any deer you see – there has to be a process.”
    Bán qua Việt lam cho dân nhậu làm nai 7 món. Hay bán cho Tàu làm thuốc Bắc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ốc View Post
    Deerly unbeloved:
    Bán qua Việt lam cho dân nhậu làm nai 7 món. Hay bán cho Tàu làm thuốc Bắc.
    Từ "toa Minh Mạng": Nhung hươu Siberia cơ! Hàng Anh không có trong toa Minh Mạng.


    Uy Long Đại Bổ Tửu đang là một trong những bài thuốc “gối đầu giường” của phái mạnh hiện nay. Trong cuốn tài liệu Châu bản Triều Nguyễn đã đề cập đến một công thức bí mật giúp tăng cường mãnh lực nam giới. Công thức này được chắt lọc từ những tinh túy trong bài thuốc Minh Mạng Thang của vua chúa Triều Nguyễn.

    Trong riêng bài thuốc ngâm rượu đã chứa tới hơn 10 thành phần quý hiếm nhất gồm: Sâm Ngọc Linh, Ba kích, Đông trùng hạ thảo, Nấm linh chi, Nhung hươu Siberia, Dâm dương hoắc, Thỏ ty từ, Tang phiêu diêu, Đỗ Trọng, Sâm cau ngâm với rượu và một số thành phần quý khác. Những loại thảo dược này đều là “thần dược” tốt nhất trong việc tăng cường sinh lý cho nam giới.
    (trích không để nguồn )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Triển View Post
    Từ "toa Minh Mạng": Nhung hươu Siberia cơ! Hàng Anh không có trong toa Minh Mạng.
    Lấy tên công thịt ty nai là “Siberia Deer” rồi dán nhãn hiệu là nhung hươu Siberia. Ai dám kiện? Trừ phi đem vô mục Phiên âm kiện vì gọi nhung hươu là “thảo dược”.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ốc View Post
    Minke whale trapped in nets in Japan for two weeks
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...-for-two-weeks
    Fishermen kill whale trapped for 19 days
    https://news.yahoo.com/fishermen-kil...050748446.html

    “There were two ships that worked together to put a rope around the tail fin and force the whale’s head beneath the water”, Mr Yabuki told The Telegraph. “They kept it alongside the boat and it took about 20 minutes for the whale to drown.

    “That’s a really bad way for an animal to die and I’m shaking with sadness at what I have seen this morning."



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    Đắc khỉ ho gà:

    Gorillas at San Diego Zoo test positive for Covid in apparent first
    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/...oo-coronavirus

    The park’s executive director, Lisa Peterson, told the Associated Press on Monday that eight gorillas who live together at the park are believed to have the virus and several have been coughing. Gavin Newsom, California’s governor, confirmed at his Monday news briefing that at least two gorillas had tested positive while three were symptomatic.

    It appears the infection came from a member of the park’s wildlife care team who also tested positive for the virus but has been asymptomatic. The safari park confirmed the presence of Covid-19 through fecal samples from the gorillas, and the test results do not “definitively rule out the presence of the virus in other members of the troop”, the zoo said in a statement.

    Veterinarians are closely monitoring the gorillas, who will remain in their habitat at the park, north of San Diego, according to Peterson. “Aside from some congestion and coughing, the gorillas are doing well,” she said. “The troop remains quarantined together and are eating and drinking. We are hopeful for a full recovery.”


    In zoos, large cats have been the most common animal to get infected. A four-year-old Malayan tiger named Nadia tested positive at the Bronx zoo in New York in April, and shortly afterward, three other tigers and three lions at the zoo tested positive as well. Bashir, an 11-year-old Malayan tiger at the Knoxville zoo in Tennessee, tested positive for coronavirus in October and went into quarantine with the Malayan tigers Arya, 6, and Tanvir, 11, who were also displaying mild coughing, lethargy and a decrease in appetite. Last month, NeeCee, a five-year-old snow leopard at the Louisville zoo in Kentucky, tested positive.


    All have recovered.


    The gorilla cases are believed to be the first reported from a zoo in the US and possibly the world. For now, the San Diego park’s wildlife team is closely monitoring their behavior. They are being given vitamins, fluid and food but no specific treatment for the virus.


    The zoo officials are working closely with experts who have been treating the coronavirus in humans in case the animals develop more severe symptoms.


    Cúm người, cúm ngợm, cúm đười ươi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ốc View Post
    Lấy tên công thịt ty nai là “Siberia Deer” rồi dán nhãn hiệu là nhung hươu Siberia. Ai dám kiện? Trừ phi đem vô mục Phiên âm kiện vì gọi nhung hươu là “thảo dược”.
    Dám đổi nhãn hiệu, ai chắc rằng nhung hươu không phải là plastic. Đem vô sở Thú kiện tội phỉ báng thành phần con nai.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ốc View Post
    Gorillas at San Diego Zoo test positive for Covid in apparent first
    https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/...oo-coronavirus
    Muôn sự tại thiên thành sự tại nhơn.
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    "Thực trùng"




    EU food agency approves mealworms as human food

    Mealworms, whole or as powder in pasta, have become the first insect-based food approved by the EU's food safety watchdog. The EU Commission has yet to endorse the decision.


    The darkling beetle larvae are already commonly used as food for pet reptiles and fish

    Mealworms got approval for EU plates Wednesday from the European Food Safety Agency (EFSA), based in Italy's city of Parma — better known for its tasty pasta, tomatoes, ham and cheese.

    Actually larvae of the darkling beetle (Tenebrio molitor) and typically fed to pet reptiles and fish, the yellow grubs could soon be the first "novel food" cleared for sale across the EU, assuming the European Commission adds its endorsement.

    Rich in protein, fat and fiber, they could be eaten whole or as a powdered ingredient in snacks and noodles, assuming their original fodder was free of contaminants, concluded the Italy-based EU agency.
    Interest 'great' in food sector

    EFSA food scientist Ermolaos Ververis said interest was high among the "edible insect sector" of the food industry and the scientific community.

    Mealworms are the first species approved among 15 insects subjected to risk assessment procedures delegated to the EFSA in 2018 under a 2015 EU regulation.

    The EFSA food agency has 156 applications for "novel food" on its plate. Those also include algae-derived edibles.
    'Yuck factor' could dwindle

    For many Europeans, eating insects still triggered a "yuck" reaction, said Giovanni Sogari, a consumer researcher at the University of Parma.

    "With time and exposure, such attitudes can change," he speculated.

    Elsewhere in the world, including Africa and Central America, chewing on insect crisps, cooking with them, even mealworm burgers, have long become norms, so-called entomophagy, alongside massive meat consumption blamed in part for climate change.

    Two EU nations, Austria and Germany, already have special dispensations for insect-based snacks.
    Answer to food insecurity?

    Around the world, thousands of insects are potential candidates —prompting the UN's Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) in 2013 to speculate that "eating insects can help tackle food insecurity."

    Fed even on bio-waste, insects used significantly less water than livestock, and could be farmed more easily, said the FAO.

    "For example, pigs produce 10-100 times more greenhouse gases per kilogram (pound) than mealworms," the UN agency said.

    Experts warn that some insect species could become extinct globally over the coming decades — largely due to habitat loss as land is converted to intensive agriculture, as well as urbanization and the use of pesticides.

    The EU's EFSA cautioned Wednesday that insect proteins were sometimes overestimated and a watch had be kept for potential allergies.

    ipj/dj (Reuters, dpa, AFP)

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    Cũng giống ngoài Bắc ăn cà cuống với sá sùng.

    - sá sùng: từ chữ SA TRÙNG nghĩa là con sâu trong cát

    Eat more worms.

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    Nè, dĩa này tặng Táo Oát sinh tơn, nhậu đỡ dĩa nhộng này đi. 2 lon bia thì không đủ mồi nhưng mà là hương là hoa thôi..

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