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What would a vegetarian world look like?

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Converts to vegetarianism are multiplying in the West, particularly in the United States, Europe and Australia. Conversely, we are seeing an increase in meat consumption in some countries, such as China and India.
What would happen if, in the course of one night, the whole world became vegetarian? A world where steak tartare, coq au vin and beef bourguignon would no longer exist. The age of vegetables would just be beginning. The computer graphics produced by Medigo plunges us into this whole new world, exploring the relationship between carnivores, planet earth and our health.
 

What a Vegetarian World Would Look Like - MEDIGO
 
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