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27 ott 2014

Corse clandestine di piccioni, arresti e denunce a Taiwan

I volatili vengono liberati a centinaia di chilometri dalla costa e devono tornare a casa. Ogni anno, in questo modo, ne muoiono un milione e mezzo 

27 ott 2014
FILE - In this Nov. 2, 2005 file photo, racing pigeons owned by the Chairman of the Taipei County Pigeon Racing Association, Yeh Cheng-shen sit in an elaborate set of rooftop cages in Taipei County, Taiwan. After a trip to Taiwan last December, Idaho resident Jos Zamzow is betting his company can develop and successfully sell high-performance racing pigeon feed to the island nation's fanciers, enough to eventually build at $10 million to $15 million bird chow business. Taiwan's racing pigeon industry is worth billions, including under-the-table gambling.(AP Photo/Wally Santana)
Piccioni in gabbia in una foto AP
FILE - In this Nov. 2, 2005 file photo, racing pigeons owned by the Chairman of the Taipei County Pigeon Racing Association, Yeh Cheng-shen sit in an elaborate set of rooftop cages in Taipei County, Taiwan. After a trip to Taiwan last December, Idaho resident Jos Zamzow is betting his company can develop and successfully sell high-performance racing pigeon feed to the island nation's fanciers, enough to eventually build at $10 million to $15 million bird chow business. Taiwan's racing pigeon industry is worth billions, including under-the-table gambling.(AP Photo/Wally Santana)
Piccioni in gabbia in una foto AP

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