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Koronavirus bukan ciptaan makmal

(FILES) In this file photograph taken on February 8, 2020, shows a vendor selling bats at the Tomohon Extreme Meat market on Sulawesi Island, where bats, rats and snakes are sold at the market known for its 'extreme' wildlife offerings, despite calls to take them off the menu over fears of a perceived coronavirus (Covid-19) link. - First it was snakes, and then the endangered pangolin before badgers were put in the dock. Scientists have been scrutinising a Noah's Ark of animals to find out whether -- and how -- the coronavirus was transmitted from bats to humans, with the prime suspect changing from one study to another. Researchers at the South China Agricultural University said in February 2020 the endangered pangolin, a mammal whose scales are used in Chinese medicine, may be the "missing link" between bats and humans. (Photo by Ronny Adolof Buol / AFP)
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