The bushmeat trade in southwestern Nigeria: A case study

@article{Anadu1988TheBT,
  title={The bushmeat trade in southwestern Nigeria: A case study},
  author={P. A. Anadu and P. O. Elamah and J. Oates},
  journal={Human Ecology},
  year={1988},
  volume={16},
  pages={199-208}
}
Hunters and bushmeat retailers in Bendel State, Nigeria were interviewed from May through August 1982. Hunting was found to take place in all months of the year, but became more intense during the dry season. Twentyseven species of mammal were reported to be hunted, while 22 species of mammal and five species of reptile were found on sale. Retailers reported that the grasscutter (Thryonomys swinderianuswas the most popular species among their customers, followed by Maxwell's duiker, the… Expand
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