epa03787448 Puppies display in cages at a pet market in Calcutta, Eastern India on 14 July 2013. Galiff street pet market features hundreds of kinds of birds and mammals. The market starts every sunday early in the morning and more than ten thousand traders and byers visit this market. Pets like rabbits, Guinea pigs, dogs and ornamental fish are also sold in this market, but the bird sale accounts for about half of the 17000 US dollars conducted every Sunday. Though the Indian Wildlife Protection Act 1972 bans the capture and trading of 1,200 types of indigenous birds. EPA/PIYAL ADHIKARY

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