29 June 2021, Doume Village, Mamenga, Gabon - Two bushmeat hunters are seen at a bat cave as the bats leave the entrance. These caves are an area where these people have hunted for centuries. They pay tribute to their ancestors and settle in to wait for porcupine. This cave complex is special to these hunters and their people. It has been a famous hunting area for centuries and they come here regularly to hunt pangolin and porcupine, who shelter in the cave. The presence of the bats and pangolin, vector animals for zoonotic disease in a place where bushmeat hunters regularly kill wild animals raises questions about possible disease transmission. Pangolin are the chief suspect for Covid-19 and Bats are thought to be the reservoir animal for the specific Corona virus. The hunters village survives on fishing and bushmeat. Gabon has a sustainable bushmeat culture, largely because of its small population and large protected habitats.