The fast spread of coronavirus has caused serious panic across the world. Officials examining the Hunan seafood market in China's Yuhan city have released a list of wildlife that are sold there and shocked the world. Coronavirus is spread by wild animals.
A total of 121 wild animals are listed as living fox, crocodiles, wolves, snakes, rats, peacocks, anteater, camel and salamander.
Although trafficking of wild animals for food is prohibited in China, these animals are said to be marketed using loopholes in the law. Already, SARS, a virulent respiratory virus, has been discovered in wild animals.
The coronavirus, which is now widely feared among the world's population, has also spread from a wild animal to a market. Authorities have sealed this market following the onslaught of the disease.
The wildlife conservation director in the United States, Christian Walzer, has said that about 70 percent of all new infections to humans are spread by wild animals.