Japan closes world’s biggest fish market in Tokyo unleashing tens of thousands of rats

Tokyo’s Tsukiji fish market is also a huge tourist magnet for its pre-dawn tuna auctions, some 900 businesses handling 480 kinds of seafood worth $14 million on a daily basis, as well as 270 types of …
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