Nighttime spinach

July 2008
Wired;Jul2008, Vol. 16 Issue 7, p22
A definition of the term "nighttime spinach" is presented. It refers to the euphemism of bushmeat which includes chimpanzee, antelope and giraffe that are eaten by African refugee camps at night. It stresses that such trade-ins in wildlife has become intensified which endangers the delicious species.


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