Thai market, Chinatown. Pork is the most consumed meat in the world, holding a 39.8% market share in 2016 according to OECD data.
As you'd guess, meat consumption is linked to living standards - associated with higher incomes.
Australians ate 20.5kg of pork per person in 2016 while Thai people got through about 11kg each.
But as this picture shows, Thai pork lovers are consuming much more of the animal - avoiding the terrible waste associated with meat production in Australia where supermarket supplied premium cuts are the go-to choices.
Matthew Evans of @fat_pig_farm suggests meat eaters should be even more concerned with animal rights than vegans and vegetarians. After all, us meat eaters are directly responsible for animals being reared for market.
Evans argues, as meat eaters:"Pretending not to know what happens to animals raised for human uses is not an option..." So, while somewhat gruesome, seeing decapitated pigs in the market place like this does provide a reality check. This is what happens to an animal because we choose to eat it.