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Covid 19 coronavirus: On Brazil's island of cats, virus led to starvation, cannibalism

New Zealand Herald Thursday, 15 October 2020
All the locals knew the island just west of Rio de Janeiro was teeming with cats. The locals left food for them and even brought tourists. Then the coronavirus pandemic hit, and human support dried up, resulting in a gruesome scene...
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