A man takes a swig of Coca-Cola as he singes the hair off a bushbuck carcass at Atwemonom, one of the oldest and largest bushmeat markets in Ghana.A man singes the hair off a bushbuck carcass at Atwemonom, one of the oldest bushmeat markets in Ghana. As loggers, miners and farmers are clearing more and more of the bush, hunters are being forced into previously undisturbed areas, which increases their risk of coming into contact with disease-carrying animals. After the emergence of Ebola, the bushmeat business collapsed as public health messages suggested eating bushmeat could spread the disease.