INDONESIA-FRANCE-ENVIRONMENT-FOOD-SPECIES-FROGS : News Photo

INDONESIA-FRANCE-ENVIRONMENT-FOOD-SPECIES-FROGS

TO GO WITH Indonesia-France-environment-food-species-frogs,FEATURE by Kevin PONNIAH In this photograph taken on February 11, 2013, three Indonesian frog hunters Suwanto (L-with sack), Padang (L-at back) and Emul (R) search rice fields in the village of Cimande near Bogor, located in the western outskirts of Jakarta, to supply local tastes and the highly lucrative foreign demand for frogs. Indonesia has become the world's biggest exporter of frogs, providing more than 80 percent of Europe's imports, almost all caught in the wild by village-style frog hunters like Suwanto. AFP PHOTO / ROMEO GACAD (Photo credit should read ROMEO GACAD/AFP/Getty Images)
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TO GO WITH Indonesia-France-environment-food-species-frogs,FEATURE by Kevin PONNIAH In this photograph taken on February 11, 2013, three Indonesian frog hunters Suwanto (L-with sack), Padang (L-at back) and Emul (R) search rice fields in the village of Cimande near Bogor, located in the western outskirts of Jakarta, to supply local tastes and the highly lucrative foreign demand for frogs. Indonesia has become the world's biggest exporter of frogs, providing more than 80 percent of Europe's imports, almost all caught in the wild by village-style frog hunters like Suwanto. AFP PHOTO / ROMEO GACAD (Photo credit should read ROMEO GACAD/AFP/Getty Images)
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February 11, 2013
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