GEORGETOWN, GUYANA, 15TH FEBRUARY 2020: A wildmeat hunter and trader, name withheld, is seen selling wildmeat at a roadside market in Georgetown. He says he has been doing this job for over 20 years, starting when he shot animals who were raiding crops on the farm he grew up on. He feels there are more than enough animals to sustain his business but says that mining and other industrial activities have disturbed the animals so he must go further to reach them. He also says that the police have become more serious with the new legislation but there is no real enforcement. He still sees a number of hunters with bow and arrow. He uses a single pellet shotgun for most of his hunting and often does so at night. He shoot peccary, capybara, tapier, deer and bush hogs. In times of drought, he says it is easier for him as the animals must come to water. He says, "Guyana has 83000 square kilometers, there are lots of animals. It says in the bible that God created animals as food for us." He adds that there are more and more Chinese in Guyana and they are interested in the big cats - jaguars and panthers. "They want the testicles and the claws and the teeth."