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A town in Shikoku has developed a meat-processing truck designed to quickly slaughter wild boar and deer killed by hunters, in an effort to utilize game that previously went to waste.

Dubbed the “gibier car,” the mobile slaughterhouse began full-fledged operations in the town of Yusuhara, Kochi Prefecture, in August and is the first of its kind in Japan. “Gibier” is the French word for wild game.

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