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We're ‘finished’ if we don't change after coronavirus, warns naturalist Jane Goodall

Jane Goodall has said we need to rethink food to avoid zoonotic diseases transferring to humans. Image: REUTERS/Denis Balibouse

Harry Kretchmer

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