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Desperate Hong Kong pet owners digitally clone 2000 dead hamsters amid COVID cull

COVID-19, sparking fears that a new strain could emerge.Despite petitions, the government isn't backing down, and pet owners are now being forced to drop off their hamsters for the chop at an official centre. Left with no other option, a group of Hong Kong citizens have turned to the Internet's latest money making craze: NFTs.The group, which plans to create 2000 resurrected hamsters on the blockchain and sell them as NFTs, will donate all the proceeds to an animal charity fighting the euthanasia of animals."We will not stand for the euthanising of our little hamsters," the anonymous group called Carries Hamsters (named after Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam) wrote on Instagram.The project will turn the dead hamsters into priceless digital artifacts.

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COVID-19, sparking fears that a new strain could emerge.Despite petitions, the government isn't backing down, and pet owners are now being forced to drop off their hamsters for the chop at an official centre. Left with no other option, a group of Hong Kong citizens have turned to the Internet's latest money making craze: NFTs.The group, which plans to create 2000 resurrected hamsters on the blockchain and sell them as NFTs, will donate all the proceeds to an animal charity fighting the euthanasia of animals."We will not stand for the euthanising of our little hamsters," the anonymous group called Carries Hamsters (named after Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam) wrote on Instagram.The project will turn the dead hamsters into priceless digital artifacts.
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam announced on Wednesday a two-week ban on incoming flights from eight countries, including Canada and the U.S., and tightened COVID-19 restrictions as authorities feared a fifth wave of infections.

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